Mobile app solution for law firms shortlisted

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11 February 2015

inCase200Revolutionary award-winning mobile app inCase continues to impress with another shortlisting for the Technology Initiative of the Year Award.

This is the fifth time in 12 months that inCase has been shortlisted for an award and having already attained two winner trophies, the founder and developer, Sucheet Amin is hoping to walk away with a third at the Modern Claims Awards 2015 to be held on 30 April 2015.

Redefining the way in which law firms deliver legal services, inCase delivers a complete communications package for clients, measurable financial savings for law firms and drastically improving client service.

inCase mobile app

Sucheet said “being shortlisted for this award is recognition that inCase is benefiting law firms and bringing real value to those firms and the clients they serve. With our recent launch of an app specifically designed for conveyancing firms and a facility for clients to pay via inCase, we are really pushing the boundaries of this cutting edge technology”.

Sucheet, a personal injury solicitor with his own legal practice, Aequitas Legal in Manchester, first developed his own mobile app in 2012 for his clients. Learning what made clients engage with mobile apps and his knowledge of the PI industry, he was able to develop a unique solution as demand for information and regular updates from his clients grew.

Sucheet added “we are in a varied and tough group of finalists. However, the whole inCase team is proud to be amongst them and we just hope that the judges recognise the importance of mobile apps forming part of a firm’s digital strategy and how we help overcome that particular challenge.”

inCase mobile appThe mobile apps market has grown considerably with the strength of smartphones. inCase takes advantage of this communication tool, providing an all-encompassing experience for clients whilst delivering real cost savings to those firms recognising the importance of a mobile app service.

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