SOS fills senior marketing role

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15 August 2011


Legal Futures Associate , provider of legal software and services for progressive law firms, is broadening the scope of its marketing function with the appointment of highly experienced marketer Louise Eagle as senior marketing executive.

Previously working as a marketing consultant, Louise is returning to SOS where she spent part of her early marketing career as an executive from 2001 to 2003. With seven years’ experience of marketing major business systems, in the intervening years Louise worked as a marketing manager at IRIS and for national charities.

Louise said: “I am excited to be working with one of the true innovators in software for law firms and intend to build upon SOS’ well-established reputation for customer care. I am looking forward to applying new marketing opportunities and techniques in integrated (and unmissable) campaigns that broadcast our credentials for assisting mid-tier firms to take advantage of the imminent changes, post Legal Services Act, while supporting SOS’ growth ambitions.”

David McNamara, managing director of SOS said: “It’s very gratifying to see someone return to the organisation bursting with enthusiasm, a raft of highly professional skills, practical experience and record of success. I look forward to working with Louise to help evangelise SOS’s message that we are here to assist progressive law firms to increase their efficiency and profitability in these changing times.”



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