Linetime case management selected by Moore Stephens chartered accountants

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23 September 2014


Moore Stephens LLP selects Linetime

Moore Stephens LLP has contracted with Linetime for Liberate case management. As part of the UK’s 10th largest independent accounting and consulting network, comprising over 1,300 partners and staff in 34 locations, Moore Stephens is the third UK top 10 accountants to select Linetime.

Brendan Clarkson, head of national creditor services says: “Our investment in Linetime shows our ongoing support to the credit management world.

“Our sole purpose for bringing the system on board was to allow our service to be more seamless and effective for the numerous credit managers with whom we work. Making their life easier is our main priority.”

Linetime managing director, Tony Klejnow says: “We are delighted to have secured Moore Stephens as our latest client. We are seeing increasing demand from outside of the traditional law firm.

“Our systems are proving increasingly popular with a number of leading accountancy firms including a 100 user system servicing the firms legal services team at one of the big four. This is a testament to the products flexibility with regards to file management and workflow. We are looking forward to working with Moore Stephens on this latest project.”

 



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