Kingston Smith & Partners LLP selects Encompass Uncover in their drive to keep creditors informed

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21 March 2016


Encompass 200Kingston Smith & Partners LLP, a firm of Licensed Insolvency Practitioners with offices in London, St Albans and Redhill has chosen Encompass Uncover, a visual analytics product from Encompass Corporation to support the full range of their corporate recovery and insolvency services.

“The quality of our advice and the strength of relationships we build with creditors stems from a deep understanding of the companies to which we are appointed.

“Using Encompass Uncover helps us quickly build that knowledge by collecting and bringing together many different sources of information,” says Ian Robert, Partner and Head of Corporate Recovery at Kingston Smith & Partners LLP.

“Because the product achieves this in just minutes, our team is freed to focus on their critical work of corporate recovery.”

“Successful corporate recovery professionals appreciate the importance of keeping creditors informed of their understanding of the companies to which they are appointed,” says Roger Carson, Founder and Global Sales Leader at Encompass.

“We create visual analytic technologies to support the information needs of these professionals and we are delighted that Kingston Smith & Partners LLP have chosen Encompass Uncover to augment the work of their corporate recovery and insolvency team.”

For more information about Encompass, to sign up for a webinar or to arrange a one-to-one product demonstration, please visit www.encompasscorporation.com.



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