Record breaking start to 2016 for Redbrick Solutions

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24 February 2016

Redbrick2002016 has definitely started with a bang for Redbrick Solutions, who have announced their busiest quarter for new business to date.

They have signed a quarter of a million pounds of new business in the last few weeks alone and currently have twenty firms going through the implementation process for their practice management solution.

Redbrick Practice Management delivers unrivalled benefits in terms of efficiency, increased productivity and risk management via intuitive workflows, document and form production, matter management and time recording across the firm.

Martin MacDuff, managing director commented “This current success is the culmination of a great deal of hard work and is in line with our carefully planned, but ambitious, strategy for growth.

“We have recruited heavily over the last 3 years to ensure we have the infrastructure in place to support our growing client base without compromising on the high quality service law firms have come to expect from us.

“In addition to welcoming record breaking numbers of new clients we are seeing that existing client transaction volumes are increasing at a steady rate which is great news for the profession.”

One such happy new client is Francesca Gill of Goodlaw Solicitors who says “Having viewed other systems, we were most impressed with how user friendly Redbrick Practice Management is. The flexibility to customise the system has been excellent and the support from Redbrick first class.

“With integrated services such as SDLT, Land Registry and AML checks, there really is no need for us to use additional systems. As a growing firm focusing on offering accessible, relevant and quality legal services, having the right system in place is essential for us.”

Martin continues “Many firms have perhaps not invested in technology for the last few years and so are now trying to cope with growing their businesses with out of date technology.

“The Veyo debacle last year was a distraction to the profession but clearly there is a real need in the market at the moment for technology that can assist firms in delivering matters in a more efficient manner, especially with the increase in fixed fee work, whilst at the same time ensuring they remain compliant and drive profitability. I’m excited to see what the rest of the year holds!”

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