The green team is expanding rapidly at Peppermint Technology

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21 March 2014


Peppermint Technology, the award winning legal technology innovator, has in recent months recruited more industry specialists to meet the fast growing demand for its innovative, Microsoft Dynamics & SharePoint based, legal software.

Since the Platform went on general release in January 2013 demand has soared. Peppermint has signed over 20 new customers including innovative start-ups like Riverview and Brilliant Law, to large regional firms including Blake Lapthorn, Brethertons, Darbys, Mayo Wynne Baxter, Taylor&Emmet and Gosschalks.

In addition to growing its Partner Delivery Community, Peppermint has added a number of highly respected, and experienced, industry specialists. These include: Business Development Manager Andy Hawley (ex Thompson Reuters Envision); Project Managers Sara McGreevy (ex Advanced Legal) and Nicola Green (ex Thompson Reuters Envision); Implementation Consultants Christina Jones (ex Halliwell Landau and Berrymans), Jamie Hardie (ex Legis Solutions and Shoosmiths). The team has also welcomed additions to its migrations, development and support teams with Chris Brampton, David Coleman, Charlotte Love, Kevin Sandars and Chris Boardman.

Arlene Adams, CEO of Peppermint said,

“We are in the enviable position where we are a magnet for talent. Naturally, people want to work with the latest technology and in a company that is winning business and growing fast. There is an electric buzz and passion in Peppermint which is somewhat contagious. This has been created by bringing together like minded people who really want to change the landscape of legal technology and make their mark on the market. That’s what we are doing and it’s hugely exciting to be part of it.”



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