More to come as Moneypenny has its busiest new client month ever

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8 April 2014


For telephone answering specialist Moneypenny, March 2014 has proved to be its busiest month ever in terms of new clients taking up the service.

The number relates to new clients across the business; however Moneypenny’s legal sector continues to be the largest in the company, accounting for the highest call volume by sector each month, closely followed by calls to its dedicated property team.

Commercial Account Manager Bernadette Bennett comments: “These are exciting times at Moneypenny, not just in legal, but across the entire business as we support UK companies of all sizes, from start ups to multi-national corporations.

“We are heading ever closer to the amazing figure of 1,000 law firms using our service for either switchboard ‘overflow’ support or a fully outsourced reception and with plenty of activity planned across a range of events in the sector again during quarter two, after a hectic quarter one, we continue to be busy.”

Moneypenny will be in attendance at the following events over the next couple of months:

  •  Modern Law Conference – April 29th
  •  LMS Conference – May 1st
  • LegalEx – May 15th & 16th
  • Manchester Law Society Conference – May 15th
  • LSN – Practice Management Conference – May 19th

 



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