Advanced Legal to showcase flagship products at LegalEx 2015

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12 May 2015


AdvancedLegal200Advanced Legal (Advanced), the largest provider of software and IT services to UK law firms, is to showcase its flagship products on stand L150 at LegalEx 2015 on 13 and 14 May 2015 at ExCel, London. Advanced will demonstrate ALB, its leading, fully integrated practice and case management software as well as the Laserform Hub, the cloud based electronic submissions solution.

LegalEx is the first national event for the legal profession which is entirely focused on the business behind law. The event will feature over 100 exhibitors with a full seminar schedule.

The ALB system is designed to help legal firms efficiently manage their clients, cases and documents by offering a fully integrated practice and case management solution. ALB provides intuitive workflow capability, reporting and diary management in an on-premise or hosted environment.

The Laserform Hub, which launched in December 2014, has been designed to meet the needs of law firms looking to benefit from the Government’s ‘digital by default’ strategy. The Hub allows electronic form submission to multiple Government portals from a single location and provides one place for firms to manage multiple agency submissions.

The solution was developed with support from Government agencies to offer law firms a seamless process from submission to completion – delivering an additional layer of benefits such as dashboard reporting and alerts that are not available through direct submission routes.

Doug Hargrove, managing director, Advanced Legal, comments: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at the LegalEx conference. The event is well received and offers a great opportunity to meet legal firms and demonstrate how Advanced, along with our product portfolio, can help them to meet the challenges of the current legal market.”

 



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