New SOS website goes live with suite of demo videos and resources hub

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26 September 2012


(SOS) has launched a new website along with a new introductory video to SOS Connect to reinforce its position as the provider committed to helping legal businesses succeed in the changing legal market.

The relaunched website goes live today. It provides an extensive information hub for law firms and a new resources area for sharing best practice in the progressive use of legal IT and legal business management.

The website showcases the flagship SOS Connect system through a new introductory video and mini demo videos which provide a general overview, as well as highlighting the benefits of the system’s key features:

• Document and e-mail management;
• Workflow case management;
• CRM and marketing;
• KPIs;
• Online client access; and
• Remote working.

The new-look site also shares SOS clients’ experiences through case studies, infographics and insight videos, and has a new thought-leadership blog and free white paper section.

David McNamara, managing director of SOS, says the site also reveals more about the company’s values, commitment to clients and how it understands the legal sector’s needs.

“In a changing legal market, we recognise that legal businesses need to compete differently, and having the best integrated software system will be a key element of their success,” he says.

“What lies behind our new site is our desire to provide the best experience for law firms, empathising with the challenges they face and stressing the importance of long-term relationships.

“This is why the site provides a comprehensive and interactive guide to the client journey we deliver, all the way through from the pre-sales consultation to the stage where a firm becomes a long-standing client, and a member of the national, independent SOS user group.”



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