B P Collins Select Peppermint to replace Aderant, Carpe Diem and iManage

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2 December 2014


B P Collins, the 102 strong solicitor practice based in Gerrards Cross Buckinghamshire, has selected the multi-award winning Peppermint Platform to underpin the firm’s future strategy. Peppermint will replace Aderant, iManage, Carpe Diem and Expert Marketing systems.

The firm found operating multiple systems was inefficient, costly and didn’t provide the right tools to support the firm’s growth plans or support new innovations such as self-serve portals, mobile devices and social media.

Karl Wingfield, chief executive at B P Collins, commented,

“At B P Collins we endeavour to solve problems, manage risk and add value to the client relationship. With the Peppermint Platform installed throughout the firm we have a single technology platform with the client at the centre. This client centric approach, with one source of data, will ensure we focus on the clients’ needs and have instant management information to manage the firm effectively.”

 



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