Redbrick Solutions announce record growth

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26 August 2014


MacDuff: There is a real need in the market at the moment for technology that can assist firms

Redbrick Solutions are delighted to welcome four additional hires to their rapidly expanding team.  The past 12 months have been their busiest to date with 48 new client law firms signing up to their leading case management solution ‘Redbrick Practice Management’, the latest four hires join six others recruited in the last 12 months due to increased demand.

Redbrick’s managing director, Martin MacDuff comments “I am delighted to welcome the newest members of our team.  We have had a phenomenal 12 months and new business enquiries show no signs of slowing down.  We are now booking implementations for the end of the year and have had to recruit additional staff to ensure our high levels of customer service are maintained.

“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.”

Amongst the new recruits is Steve Johnson who joins Redbrick as their customer services manager.  Steve comments “I have spent the last 17 years working in the legal sector in a variety of roles.  My focus has always been on  consulting with clients to develop custom solutions to drive efficiency and ensure compliance.  I am most looking forward to working with the young and enthusiastic team at Redbrick who always put the client first.”

David Sutton joins Redbrick Solutions as their new sales manager, responsible for mid-tier growth.  David says “Having spent the last nine years selling legal case and practice management solutions I am thrilled to be working with the fantastic team at Redbrick Solutions.  Having seen Redbrick Practice Management in action I was delighted to see a modern, affordable solution had finally hit the market.  We have some exciting times ahead.”

Other new members to join the team include Andrew Pugh as business consultant and Rhona York as account manager.

Redbricks’ front of house solution Redbrick Practice Management delivers unrivalled benefits in terms of efficiency, increased productivity and risk management via Lexcel compliant workflows, document and form production, matter management and time recording across the firm.

This then integrates with their back of house solution, Redbrick Business Intelligence which removes all of the costly duplication and risk of error from rekeying financial information, allowing the firm to work in real time and deliver far better service to their clients. Furthermore Redbrick Business Intelligence has an extensive reporting functionality delivering easy to understand, business critical analysis to key members of staff and management.



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