Freeths Commercial Recoveries team invest in Liberate from Linetime

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7 October 2015


Linetime200Freeths LLP has contracted with Linetime to implement their Liberate litigation software. The system will support the firms growing Commercial Recoveries team.

Freeths LLP have 700 staff operating from 11 cities, offering a wide range of services for businesses and individuals.

Graeme Danby, head of creditor services at Freeths, said: “We already had a system in place handling the core of our day to day case loads. As part of our plans to grow the business unit, we undertook a review of our supporting technology. After researching the leading providers we selected Linetime’s Liberate system. It will assist in the provision of a streamlined, efficient and consistent service for our clients.”

The team will benefit from greater systems support and clients will have online access via the Liberate web portal to real time case information.

Freeths Recoveries team acts for Invoice Finance Providers, Insolvency Practitioners, Local Authorities and Finance Companies.



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