Redbrick Solutions announce new release of Redbrick Practice Management

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17 August 2016


Redbrick200Redbrick Solutions have announced this week that the latest version of their revolutionary Practice Management solution has been released.

This marks the 16th version of their innovative Redbrick Practice Management solution and includes a number of enhancements and new functionality to benefit clients.

– Enhanced matter management
– Advanced progress screen
– Additional Outlook add-in functionality
– Enhanced SDLT functionality
– Improved search ordering and returns
– Additional document management functionality
– Probate enhancements including: residual payments, lifetime gifts, taper relief and estate accounts
– Batch processing improvements
– Enhanced custom fields functionality

Existing clients will automatically receive the latest version of Redbrick Practice Management at no cost with Redbrick Solutions unique business model. Still the only case management provider to have been awarded the Legal Eye Quality Standard, Redbrick Solutions are one of the fastest growing legal technology providers in the UK with three consecutive years of record growth.

Martin MacDuff, managing director of Redbrick Solutions comments “As leading innovators it is crucial that our case management solutions continue to evolve, for the benefit of our clients, whom we continue to assist in working in the most modern and efficient way possible.”

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.

Martin continues ” To be releasing version 16 clearly demonstrates our commitment to development, of which our clients feedback plays a crucial role.  We hold regular client workshops to gain feedback on development to date and to enable our clients to influence our future development plans.  We have already started work on version 17 which will be released in the next quarter and have some very exciting plans for the year ahead.”

Francesca Gill, of Goodlaw Solicitors in Surrey 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.”

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



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