Peppermint welcomes Exen Legal Solutions to the Peppermint Partner Community

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25 March 2013


Legal innovator Peppermint Technology is pleased to welcome technical consultants Exen Legal Solutions to the Peppermint Partner Community. Exen have joined the Peppermint Academy, as a Service Delivery Partner, working with Peppermint’s clients to deliver increased value from their investment in the Peppermint Legal Service Platform.

As a technical consultancy and specialist provider of customised solutions for the legal sector, Exen will be a valuable addition to the growing community of trusted partners and experts working alongside Peppermint, adding scale and value to the Peppermint client base. They have extensive experience of working with law firms, particularly in the areas of data migration, business process improvement, case management design and bespoke software customisation.

Graham Moore, Exen’s Managing Director, welcomes the partnership,

“In this changing market legal businesses need to adopt the very latest technology, like the Peppermint Platform, to remain competitive and profitable. Peppermint and Exen working together offer an ideal combination for forward thinking firms who want to embrace technology as a means of building a 21st century legal operation that will thrive in challenging times.”

Peppermint CEO Arlene Adams added,

“Exen’s expertise in the legal market spans a number of years across many different types of law firms. We are delighted to have their expertise and experience in the Peppermint Community to help advance the aim of Peppermint in changing the way legal businesses operate and deliver services.”

 



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