Peppermint teams up with 2e2

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14 August 2012


Legal technology innovator, Peppermint Technology, is delighted to announce a partnership with 2e2, leading ICT services provider. The partnership will provide Peppermint customers with access to 1,500 technology specialists and the experience of an award winning Microsoft Dynamics Partner of the Year.

2e2 has recently joined the Peppermint Technology Partner Academy Programme. They will be involved in supporting customer deployments and projects. This partnership gives legal firms access to the largest pool of Microsoft Dynamics consultants in the UK. They also benefit from 2e2’s experience in data centre, networks, desktop, enterprise applications and security.

The partnership represents the interest from large firms in the Peppermint Platform. It combines Peppermint’s legal expertise and innovative technology with 2e2’s scale. Customers can be confident they have access to the right products, skills and experience. This means they will get the most from their IT investment.

Matt Franklin, Industry Director at 2e2 commented,

“Peppermint’s in-depth knowledge of the legal market and the company’s innovative technology which supports new emerging models of legal services and their commitment to customer experience – puts the client at the heart of the business.  Complimented with 2e2’s scale and expertise in the development and delivery of customer-focused end to end next generation IT services will create an exciting partnership.  We are delighted to be working with Peppermint Technology”

Arlene Adams, CEO Peppermint, added,

“I am delighted to be working, once again, with the team at 2e2. I have previously worked with them in other industries. I know they can add real value to legal firms looking to transform themselves into customer and data driven firms.  2e2 will add scale to the Peppermint operation and allow us to grow quickly. This will ensure we deliver a high quality of the service to clients”.



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