City employment firm selects PeppDirect from Peppermint Technology

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10 October 2014


Hine: PeppDirect provides the tools to put our clients at the heart of everything we do

Hine Legal, based in central London, has selected Peppermint Technology’s PeppDirect legal software for their growing employment law firm. PeppDirect is the pre-configured version of the multi-award winning designed for firms wanting an out of the box solution.

Founded in 2011 Hine Legal established itself as successful employment specialist with a solid reputation advising both employers and employees. The firm now has ambitions to develop its business and grow organically. It therefore requires the right technology to support its strategy which its current legacy legal software, Law Fusion, could not provide.

PeppDirect is designed and built on the world leading Microsoft Dynamics CRM & SharePoint and benefits from the billions invested by Microsoft each year.  It provides the same modern, client centric, functionality as the multi-award winning Peppermint Legal Service Platform with tailored templates and workflows to get firms started straight away.

PeppDirect delivers a full range of legal technology applications via a single standard technology platform and a single source of data across the business. This includes: , , , , , , , all underpinned with a powerful .

Nick Hine, principal at Hine Legal, said:

“As a progressive, client focused firm we need our technology to reflect and support that. PeppDirect, being a Microsoft based product, is an easy to use, modern legal software platform. It provides the tools we need to deliver a high quality, personalised service with a range of transparent fee options and puts our clients at the heart of everything we do.”

 



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