Peppermint wins Knowlist Technology Innovation Award.

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11 March 2013


 

Peppermint wins KnowList Award for Technology Innovation

Peppermint Technology, the legal software innovator, is the winner of the prestigious 2013 KnowList Award for Technology Innovation.

The award is another accolade for the legal and case management software company who is disrupting the UK legal software market with their recently launched (LSP). The Platform built on provides all the , , and a law firm needs to outperform in the changing global legal market.

Arlene Adams, CEO of Peppermint Technology commented: “This is a proud moment for Peppermint. The award is well-deserved recognition for our employees who have invested a huge amount of energy, passion and commitment to deliver a game changing software product to the UK legal market.  The Peppermint Legal Service Platform is gaining significant traction in the market. Following two decades of limited investment and innovation in the UK legal IT market, Peppermint offers legal firms the opportunity to transform into technology and customer driven firms. Our Platform isn’t about doing things better it fundamentally changes what is possible, and that’s innovation.”

The award follows of Peppermint as 1 of 10 innovative software companies, from a pool of 640,000 global partners, at the annual Microsoft Global Partner Conference in 2012.

 



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