Morrisons Solicitors LLP signs ten year deal with Peppermint to deliver its vision

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16 December 2014


Morrisons Solicitors signs up to Peppermint

Morrisons Solicitors LLP is the latest progressive law firm to sign up for the award-winning platform from Peppermint Technology.

Morrisons is a modern thinking law firm enjoying successful and steady growth. In recent years, while other firms have struggled, Morrisons has bucked the trend and extended its reach in the south east and beyond.

Building on its 300 year old reputation, Morrisons strive to constantly evolve its client centric offerings and align the business process to what clients want. The , built on Microsoft Dynamics and Microsoft SharePoint, was the natural choice to underpin this progressive business. Alongside the roll out of the Peppermint Platform, Morrisons will also deploy the Peppermint Content Packs for personal injury, residential conveyancing and debt recovery to the firm’s 135 staff.

Paul Harvey, managing partner at Morrisons Solicitors said:

“Standing still is not an option for today’s law firms if they want to be here tomorrow. Putting the right technology in place now will enable us to successfully deliver on our client centric vision and future proof the firm going forward. In working with Peppermint we not only selected the best technology the market has to offer, but also a partner that shares our vision of putting the client at the heart of the business”.

 



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