TLT joins the rapidly growing list of practices using Riliance’s specialist Risk and Compliance Software

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21 August 2013


National law firm TLT has become the latest in a long list of firms subscribing to Riliance’s specialist Risk and Compliance Software. With a UK-wide presence and offices in Bristol, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast, TLT is one of the largest firms to identify the benefits embedded in the unique software product.

TLT has a highly skilled team dealing with risk and compliance and Riliance is viewed as an important tool to help manage these critical areas across the business. With the ability to control and report on key compliance matters the Riliance software product has proved itself as the market leading solution for practices of all size.

John Verry, Risk Director at TLT says, “Riliance’s software will be an important addition to both TLT’s risk management team and across the firm. It will enable us to have more visibility and control, making sure that we continue to maintain and exceed the high standards that our clients demand.“

Riliance recently exceeded the 800 user firm mark and fully expect to reach 1000 by the end of 2013, with continuous development, new modules and services the business is delighted with its growth so far.

Mark Gidge, CEO of Riliance says, “We are of course very pleased to welcome TLT as a client and we look forward to getting our system embedded in their Risk and Compliance team and across all of their offices, we intend to continue to build additional and highly effective functionality into the system to assist firms and this will be delivered at no additional cost to our existing clients.

“Currently under development is an upgraded user interface, Diversity module and Experts register.”

Riliance is the UKs leading specialist Risk and Compliance software house and are fully endorsed by The Law Society and Lexcel.

For further information please contact:

Mark Gidge , CEO – 01829 731201 or email mark.gidge@riliance.co.uk

 



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