Former Cognito sales director re-joins Advanced Legal

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1 May 2014


(Advanced) has appointed Steve Chivers, former Sales Director of Cognito Software to support its existing customer base and growth plans.

With more than 20 years’ experience in the legal software industry, Steve, who previously served as Managing Director of Advanced’s Laserform Partnership Solutions, has returned to the business to support and further develop the FoxPro and TPS customer bases.

Steve said “I am pleased to be re-joining Advanced Legal. The business has a wealth of resources and knowledge and there are many exciting developments such as the eSubs project that I am looking forward to getting involved with.

“It is really important that our customers are fully aware of the investments we are making for them and I am looking forward to getting out on the road and sharing these with them.”

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director of Advanced Legal, said:  “Steve’s knowledge of our customers and the market will be invaluable in supporting them with their long term decisions.

He will be a familiar face to many of the FoxPro and TPS clients and this appointment reinforces our stance on ensuring our clients continue to gain the maximum benefit from their working relationship with Advanced Legal.”

 



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