Redbrick Solutions welcome two new recruits

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24 June 2015

Redbrick200After three years of consistent growth for Redbrick Solutions, the legal case management specialists have welcomed another two new members to their team this month.

Redbrick’s managing director, Martin MacDuff comments “We have had a phenomenal few years which has seen the business grow to it’s busiest yet. We have had to expand our team accordingly to cope with demand and in the last year alone we’ve recruited into our development, sales, implementation and customer service teams. I’m delighted to welcome our two newest members to the team and look forward to enjoying our future success with them.”

Jo Poole joins Redbrick Solutions as their new Business Development Manager, responsible for new business in the South East.  Jo has extensive experience in the legal software sector having previously worked for a number of other providers. Jo says “I am delighted to be joining Redbrick Solutions at such an exciting time. I look forward meeting potential new clients and introducing Redbrick Solutions fantastic product range.”

John Ellis joins Redbrick Solutions as their new Business Development Executive.  John has a strong sales background as well as an understanding of legal process; particularly fraud and money laundering following his training as a police detective. John says “I am pleased to join Redbrick Solutions at this time as the company has developed innovative and exciting solutions delivering real competitive advantage to their client law firms.”

Redbrick Practice Management delivers unrivalled benefits in terms of efficiency, increased productivity and risk management via easy to use workflows, document and form production, matter management and compliance tools which are fully customisable to any shape and size of firm. Redbrick are widely recognised and industry leaders, having been the first to introduce automatic SMS and email updates, web tracking, integrated SDLT and AML checks. They were recently the first to announce their integration with Veyo and ReviewSolicitors and are also the only case management provider to have achieved the Legal Eye Quality Standard.

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