Stephens Scown LLP select Liberate from Linetime

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18 November 2015


Linetime200South west law firm Stephens Scown have selected Liberate from Linetime.

Dean Mostert, director of ICT “We have past experience of working with Linetime and have always been impressed with the software’s flexibility and depth of functionality.

“Another important consideration in our selection process was to ensure we received first class support going forwards as selecting a system goes way beyond the initial system purchase. Our experience of the Linetime help desk has always been first class. When we undertook a review of systems the Liberate software came out as the clear winner.”

Stephens Scown is a leading law firm based in the South West with offices in Exeter, Truro and St Austell. The Liberate system will be used by the finance team to support their debt recovery and collection business.

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