Redbrick Solutions announce record year for new business

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20 August 2013


After announcing back in February their busiest first quarter to date, it seems the trend is set to continue for Redbrick Solutions who have just announced two additional hires to cope with demand for their new products, with a further four in the pipeline over the next six months.

Redbrick’s Managing Director, Martin MacDuff comments “After a phenomenal start to the year we anticipated some slowing down over the two traditionally quieter months of summer.  Instead we have found the opposite and the demand for our new Practice Management and Business Intelligence solutions has only increased.  We are now booking implementations for October and have had to recruit an additional Business Consultant and Business Development Manager.  I think this is indicative of the stronger appetite in the market this year for cutting edge, best in class technology to see firms not just surviving but thriving coming out of the downturn.”

Ben McNicholas joins Redbrick Solutions as their new Business Consultant, responsible for customisation and training.  Ben has a strong background in software training having previously worked in a leadership role for a large IT firm.  Ben says “I am delighted to be joining Redbrick Solutions at such an exciting time and look forward to meeting clients both new and existing.”

Steven Kühn joins Redbrick Solutions as their new Business Development Manager, responsible for mid-tier growth.  Steven has an international background in accounting systems, solution architecture, sales and an in depth knowledge of data integration and Business Intelligence, most recently managing his department to 300% growth in 3 years.  Steven is able to understand business requirements and successfully translate those needs to a technology solution which delivers tangible benefits to the firm. He says “I am pleased to join Redbrick Solutions at this time as the company has developed innovative and exciting solutions to service the UK mid-tier market and the best in class technology and service enables aggressive market growth. I look forward to helping Redbrick Solutions be known as the software of choice for UK law firms.”

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.

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

One such happy client is Colin Duce of Dundas and Duce who says “I have no hesitation in recommending Redbrick Practice Management as the ultimate practice-wide case management tool.”

For more information please see www.redbricksolutions.co.uk



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