Riverview Law selects Peppermint Platform

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28 February 2012


Peppermint Technology is pleased to announce that Riverview Law, the trading name of LawVest, is using the Peppermint Legal Service Platform as its core end-to-end technology system.

The Riverview Law model is designed to deliver a first-class customer experience. Karl Chapman, CEO of Riverview Law, says: “Technology plays a huge role in providing a winning customer experience. We were looking for an end-to-end solution and the Peppermint Platform provides us with this. We’ve developed a strong partnership with the Peppermint team and it’s a real example of two inventive companies working together to provide innovative solutions to customers.”

Peppermint’s CEO, Arlene Adams adds: “We are extremely proud to partner with Riverview Law. Supported by Peppermint, Riverview Law will set new standards of service delivery in the legal market.”

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