Redbrick Solutions announce new release of Redbrick Practice Management

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5 October 2015


Redbrick200Redbrick Solutions have announced this week that the latest version of their revolutionary practice management solution has been released. This release marks a number of enhancements to new functionality to benefit clients.

  • Enhanced Customisation
  • Case List Filters
  • Advanced progress screen
  • Additional Outlook Addin functionality
  • Batch Processing
  • Enhanced AML
  • Certainty integration
  • Review Solicitors integration

Existing clients will automatically receive the latest version of Redbrick Practice Management at no cost with Redbrick Solutions unique business model. All new clients will receive the latest version straight away. Redbrick Solutions are one of the fastest growing Practice Management providers in the UK with two consecutive years of record growth.

Redbrick Solutions are the only case management provider to have achieved the Legal Eye Quality Standard.

Redbrick Practice Management is currently utilised by hundreds of firms in the UK either across the whole of the firm or in one specific department. Wherever it is used the benefits are reassuringly the same – matters are handled more efficiently throughout, from sending quotes to file opening, documents, legal forms, intelligent workflows and timely billing with accurate, business critical reporting.

For more information please see www.redbricksolutions.co.uk or contact Jo Hodges at jhodges@redbricksolutions.co.uk



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