Penningtons Manches enhances legal IT with innovative Peppermint Platform

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30 June 2015


David Raine - website photo (colour) (4)Penningtons Manches LLP, a leading UK law firm, has selected the Peppermint Legal Service Platform to replace its existing legal IT systems. Penningtons Manches aims to remain at the forefront of innovation by opting for this next generation of legal software to help drive the business forward.

Chief executive David Raine commented:

“From the outset we knew the Peppermint Platform was completely different from anything else on the market. The single integrated platform, with the support and investment of Microsoft underpinning it, offers a unique and powerful proposition that no other product could compete with.”

As a top 100 UK firm, which employs 110 partners and 600 staff, client service is of paramount importance to Penningtons Manches. The Peppermint Platform, built on Microsoft Dynamics CRM, will put the firm’s clients at the centre of every piece of data, activity and communication.

During the contract negotiations Penningtons Manches was advised by partner and head of its IT and outsourcing practice, Dr Sam De Silva, and an associate in his team, Jo Windich.

 

 



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