Peppermint Technology on another recruitment drive

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18 August 2014


Peppermint is always interested to connect with individuals who share its drive and passion to deliver game-changing software

Peppermint Technology, the legal technology innovator, is on another recruitment drive to meet the growing demand for its multi-award winning Legal Service Platform.

Winner of the Microsoft Dynamics ISV UK Partner of the Year 2013, Peppermint Technology is the fastest growing technology business in the legal market.  Its Legal Service Platform is a new generation business technology platform for legal providers built on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft SharePoint, and has been recognised for a number of awards.

Since the launch of the Platform 18 months ago demand has rocketed, and Law Firms joining the Peppermint Community in recent months include: Gepp & Sons, Hine Legal, Thor Lion, B P Collins and Ashton KCJ. With many more new customers in the pipeline, the firm is now looking to increase headcount to meet this demand.

Currently vacancies to add to its 30+ strong team include Implementation Consultants and Support Analysts, although the firm is always interested to connect with talented individuals who share its drive and passion to deliver game-changing software and an exceptional customer experience.



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