SOS supports ‘Management Really Matters’ conference – free whitepaper for delegates

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27 June 2012


SOS is again exhibiting at the Manchester Law Society’s annual management conference, being held on 28 June 2012 at the Lowry Hotel.

Entitled ‘Management Really Matters’, the team from SOS will be on hand to demonstrate how their firm-wide legal software solution – SOS Connect – can underpin the successful management of law firms in the changing legal landscape. Delegates will also receive a free copy of the SOS whitepaper Law firm success in the ABS era.

David McNamara, managing director of SOS, said: “The business drivers for investing in practice and case management systems are changing as the legal world steps up to compete with new entrants to the market.

“Increasingly, managers of law firms are recognising that systems should not only improve operational efficiency but also enhance the all-important client experience and actual delivery of legal services. We will be delighted to talk to delegates more about this.

“SOS works with over 450 progressive legal businesses across the UK, including a good number in the north west of England; we’re looking forward to seeing old and new faces at the event.”

Visit SOS on stand 4 for a demonstration of SOS Connect or to pick up a free copy of the SOS ABS whitepaper that includes articles from industry experts on the Legal Services Act, compliance and IT.

Law firms not attending the event can download the SOS ABS whitepaper here.

 



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