Pannone’s Court of Protection team selects Pilgrim’s LawSoft

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11 September 2011


Top 50 law firm Pannone has signed contracts with Legal Futures Associate Pilgrim Systems to implement the market leading LawSoft solution in one of its key departments.

The Court of Protection (CoP) team administers the finances and day-to-day affairs of a diverse range of clients. As such the team requires a flexible system that can cater for its unique services, as well as the standard functionality expected of a modern-day solution incorporating financial and workflow management at its core.

Following an extensive selection procedure, the firm decided to select a fresh, dynamic system for the team. A by-product of this selection process was that the firm had the opportunity to begin a wider assessment of what the market currently has to offer.

Luigi Salzano, Pannone’s senior systems development manager, said: “The CoP team and I were impressed with the depth of LawSoft’s core competencies as well as its ability to cater for non-standard functionality via its flexible design. Our users liked the web interface and the system’s ease of use.”

Colin Kennedy, Pilgrim’s COO, added: “We’ve met with Luigi and his colleagues several times over the years. When this opportunity arose, I believe both parties already knew that we would work well together. I am sure LawSoft will be adopted quickly by the firm and we look forward to working with Luigi and his colleagues for many years to come.”



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