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SOS presence at free Legal IT Business Show 2013 centres on enabling law firms to stand out in new era

Solicitors Own Software (SOS) is installing four demonstration pods at next month’s Legal IT Business Show, the UK’s largest free technology event for law firms, that showcases how technology can help law firms to stand out in the new legal era.

The Legal IT Business Show takes place at London’s Business Design Centre on 5 and 6 March.

Delegates can view SOS’s flagship application SOS Connect, which underpins business process management in mid-tier and larger law firms, as well as the Virtual Practices legal software and cashiering service, for smaller firms.

There will also be a prize draw for those taking part in the SOS legal IT sector survey, a suite of case studies and mouse mat giveaways.

“Our presence at the Legal IT Business Show is about helping law firms to successfully navigate their way through the new legal landscape: showing how they can streamline their operations while at the same time, improving their client experience and managing risk and compliance issues with real confidence,” says David McNamara, managing director of SOS.

“Our team completed around 30 demonstrations for delegates at last year’s show and we will have four stations again at this year’s event. The Legal IT Business Show is the only free exhibition in the sector where law firms can spend a decent amount of time researching an array of IT solutions, whilst also dropping in and out of showcases and strategy labs.”

Matthew Robinson, business development director for 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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