Peppermint Legal Service Platform to support iPads and smartphones

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21 February 2012


Legal technology innovator Peppermint Technology today announces it will support Apple iPad/iPad2 and a range of smartphones including: Windows Phone, Apple iPhone 3GS+, Google Android and RIM Blackberry in its Q2 2012 release of its Legal Service Platform.

This move ensures that the Platform delivers a consistently rich user experience via today’s popular mobile devices. It gives users choice and flexibility as to how and where they work while ensuring a consistent service experience across all channels. Effective mobility is an increasingly important factor for lawyers who need to remain productive and informed whilst out of the office – a fact backed up by Gartner who report that by the end of 2013, approximately 33% of business intelligence will be consumed from a mobile device.

Coupled with the growing trend in ‘Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD), where employees are permitted to use their device of choice at work, the Peppermint Platform is leading the market in supporting the legal service providers of the future.

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