Peppermint grows to meet market demand

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7 March 2013


Legal software innovator, Peppermint Technology, continues to grow the team to meet high demand for its Legal Service Platform. Recent recruits include finance professional Darren Whelan who joins the product development team and Nick Carter, Technical Pre-sales Consultant. Jo Poole has also joined and brings 11 successful years in the legal software market to the Peppermint sales team.

Further roles in the development team are currently being hired as the business expands to support its growing list of new clients.

Recent signings to Peppermint include flourishing regional firm Attwaters Jameson Hill, international wealth management advisers Anaford, the claims specialist who advise some the UK’s largest insurance companies and Brilliant Law, the first law firm founded by non-lawyers.

The Peppermint Platform is the only practice management system to be shortlisted in the KnowList Awards for Technology Innovation. Peppermint is rapidly building a reputation as the legal software supplier of choice for those legal providers who realise the importance of IT in driving legal services of the future.

CEO and Founder Arlene Adams said: “I am immensely proud to have such a talented and enthusiastic team at Peppermint. Each new member of staff strengthens our knowledge and experience, allowing us to challenge the status quo and deliver a great customer experience.”   

 



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