Redbrick Solutions selected as the preferred supplier to the Society of Licensed Conveyancers

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7 December 2011


Legal Futures Associate Redbrick Solutions are delighted to have been selected as Preferred Suppliers to the SLC with their market leading practice management solution Redbrick Practice Management.  The Society has recently re-launched itself to coincide with the introduction of ABS’s and the Council for Licensed Conveyancers being the first to be granted regulatory status.

Redbrick Practice Management incorporates extensive workflows for conveyancing and probate ‘out of the box’ and its generic workflows can be customised to suit any type of legal discipline complimented by the full suite of all legal forms, document management, time recording and integrated third party links to make it the only legal software required by the modern law firm.

Redbrick Solutions are recognised as being revolutionary leaders in their field with a long list of ‘firsts’ under their belt. They were the first to introduce seamless and integrated online case tracking, SMS and email updates, seamless SDLT integration, AML checks and the pay per transaction business model.  They are delighted to now add first to be recommended by the SLC to that list.

John Clay, the Chairman of the SLC, said 'The arrangement with Redbrick represents another positive building block in the relaunch of the SLC. We are intent on helping all SLC members find the best solutions for enhancing their business and we have no doubt that Redbrick will prove to be an excellent supplier of technology solutions'

Martin MacDuff, Managing Director of Redbrick Solutions, concludes “We are delighted to be working more closely with the SLC at this exciting time for them, for the benefit of the profession and more specifically the Society’s members. Redbrick Practice Management offers conveyancers a comprehensive technology that will make the delivery of the conveyancing process more efficient and more compliant for the firm, more transparent for the client and ultimately more profitable for the provider in an easy to use format. Delivered ‘out of the box’ with best practice and risk management built in we are able to offer Redbrick Practice Management as either an installed or hosted solution with a ‘pay as you convey’ business model which the overwhelming majority of our clients pass on as a disbursement, as the home mover receives countless benefits. Coupled with our no cost support, maintenance and upgrades for life, we deliver to law firms the very best in technology whilst taking away the burden of a large outlay against the firms profit at a time when firms are trying to protect their future prosperity.”

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