Peppermint Technology triumphs at UK IT Industry Awards

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14 November 2014


Marketing manager, Barbara Millett with Peppermint’s award

Peppermint Technology, the legal technology innovator, triumphed at the UK IT Industry Awards 2014 by winning the category for best small tech business.

The BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards are a platform for the IT profession to celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence.

They are recognised as the benchmark for outstanding performance throughout the UK computer industry.

Paul Fletcher, group CEO of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, said:

“The quality of applications we received this year was excellent, but the winners stood out as exceptional and inspiring, and should be very proud of their success.”

Peppermint marketing manager Barbara Millett added:

“This is another great recognition for the Peppermint team who are totally committed to delivering technology that will help legal firms modernise the way legal services are accessed and delivered”.

 



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