Peppermint launch “out of the box” legal software

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12 September 2014


Adams: We are making enterprise software affordable and accessible for the small firm

Legal technology innovator, Peppermint Technology, has this month launched PeppDirect to meet demand for an out of the box version of its multi-award winning legal software Platform.

Since the launch of the 18 months ago, demand has soared as forward thinking law firms opt for the modern client centric practice and case management solution.

Peppermint is launching the PeppDirect product in direct response to demand from law firms with little IT resource. The product is targeted at small and niche law firms who require ready to use software without any customisation. Three law firms have already signed up for PeppDirect in advance of the general release.

PeppDirect is a pre-configured, easy to use, modern legal software platform designed and built on Microsoft Dynamics and SharePoint.

It provides the same modern, client centric functionality as the multi-award winning Peppermint Platform including: , , , , , , , all underpinned with a powerful.

It offers users a familiar Microsoft look and feel, together with a number of standard templates and workflows, to get law firms up and running immediately.

Delivered from the Cloud, firms only need a browser to access PeppDirect, allowing them to work from anywhere, anytime. The product comes with a specially designed service package and can be switched on as soon as staff are trained.

Peppermint CEO, Arlene Adams, commented:

“We developed PeppDirect to meet the demand from small and niche firms looking for a ‘plug and go’ set up. PeppDirect gives these firms access to extensive functional features, and the huge Microsoft investment, that traditionally was only accessible to large firms with deep pockets. We are making enterprise software affordable and accessible for the small firm.”

 



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