Linetime’s Liberate selected by Longmores Solicitors LLP

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9 January 2017


Longmores is renowned for its professional yet personal service. Firmly established as Hertford’s leading firm of solicitors, it has a reputation as a forward-thinking practice setting an enviable standard with its legal expertise, use of technology and innovative approach to corporate responsibility.

Recognising the need to invest in the latest technologies, Longmores’ management team recently undertook an extensive review of available legal services software. Its aim was to identify a software provider able to assist in the goals of providing clients with the highest standards of services while doing so in a cost-effective manner.

Following an in-depth investigation, the practice selected Linetime’s Liberate suite. The firm will be implementing practice, case and matter management along with an online client portal, CRM and business analysis tools.

According to Craig Harrison, Head of the firm’s Company Commercial team, “We selected Linetime for a number of key reasons. Linetime’s Liberate suite contained all of the elements we were looking for in a single system. It uses the latest Microsoft technology whilst not losing sight of its primary function of supporting the business’ growth plans and continuing improvement in client service. The Linetime team’s ethos is similar to our own – they listened to our needs and delivered a proposal to meet them.”

Tony Klejnow, Linetime’s Managing Director said “Longmores has a clear idea of what it wants to achieve.  We have worked closely with Longmores to tailor the Liberate solution to support its plans. We are delighted to be working with Longmores and look forward to implementing Liberate throughout their business.”



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