SOS to exhibit at Legal IT Business Show 2013

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10 December 2012


will once again be attending Europe’s largest legal technology event in London next year.

The Legal IT Business Show takes place at the Business Design Centre in Islington on 5 and 6 March 2013. The two-day conference and exhibition is the only free event of its kind in the sector and attracts over 1,000 visitors.

“In my opinion the Legal IT Business Show remains the premier exhibition-based event for suppliers in our industry and it provides an ideal forum for delegates to meet vendors and to see their software for themselves,” says David McNamara, managing director of SOS.

“The make-up of delegates at the event is becoming increasingly diverse, including potential alternative business structures (ABS) and in-house legal teams of major corporates, so it is an ideal way of meeting people and keeping up to speed on developments in the sector.

“At last year’s show we exceeded our targets in terms of the number of firms we spoke to regarding their plans for IT, and we delivered over 30 demonstrations of our system SOS Connect.”

Matthew Robinson, business development director, The Legal IT Business Show, added: “The show is the longest established, and by far the largest, business and technology event for the UK legal sector.

“It is designed to enable law firm, ABS and in-house management teams to meet with key strategic vendors and we are delighted that the event continues to be such a major component of SOS’s marketing and business development strategy.”



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