North Lincolnshire law firm Mason Baggott and Garton invest to improve efficiency

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1 April 2014


Mason Baggott and Garton a North Lincolnshire law firm specialising in personal and business law invest in the latest technologies to improve their efficiency and to improve the level of service to their clients.

Richard Mason, Partner, says “In these ever more competitive times the firm felt the time was right to invest in systems in order to allow us to provide our clients with the very best service at competitive rates.”

The firm will be replacing all their back end systems with virtual servers and will also be implementing Linetime’s case management system. As a further move to improve the firm’s efficiency digital dictation is also to be implemented.



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