Peppermint launches legal App shop

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20 March 2012

Legal technology innovator Peppermint Technology today announces the launch of the ‘Peppermint App Shop’ as part of its Legal Service Platform. The App Shop brings together in one place a wide range of complementary partner products and services designed for legal service providers.

The Peppermint App Shop forms part of the Peppermint vision to deliver applications, content, collaboration tools and transactions from a single unified framework. Apps already available include document bundling with secure delivery from Zylpha, e-mail marketing from ClickDimensions, Lync unified communications from Outsourcery, legal content from Road Traffic Representation, BigHand digital dictation, Capscan address management, Oyez electronic forms and Search Group anti-money laudering searches.

Peppermint Technology is investing heavily in building a community of trusted partners to extend application functionality, innovation, content and services. This community approach is designed to encourage innovation and creativity in a rapidly changing market where legal providers need speedy access to new functionality in order to compete.

Peppermint Technology CEO Arlene Adams says: “No single supplier can provide everything a legal business needs. By building a community approach to development we will drive innovation, raise standards and extend services in the UK legal market.”


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