Streeter Marshall goes live with SOS Connect

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9 February 2016


SOS200Surrey law firm Streeter Marshall has switched legal software suppliers and gone live with SOS Connect from Solicitors Own Software (SOS).

With 75 people based at offices in Croydon, Purley and Warlingham, Streeter Marshall carries out a range of work on behalf of SMEs, families and private clients.

After deciding to replace its incumbent legal software last year, the firm has now gone live with the SOS Connect practice and matter management system.

Robert Peck, head of IT at Streeter Marshall, says: “We were looking to upgrade our somewhat outdated existing software to the new product offered by our then current supplier when that software was suddenly withdrawn from the market.

“After seeking advice from our external consultant who looked at all the products available on the market, Streeter Marshall was recommended the SOS Connect system as being the best available for its needs.

“Following a number of meetings with SOS, we were left very impressed with the software and people and soon contracted with them.”

David McNamara, managing director of SOS, said: “It was gratifying that Streeter Marshall came to us via a third party recommendation. The whole changeover process from the firm’s legacy system has been fairly seamless which is so valuable for any law firm undergoing a change of legal software.”



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