Hoowla Shortlisted for Software Innovation of the Year at Digital Entrepreneur Awards

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25 September 2017


HoowlaLegal software company Hoowla have been announced as a finalist for Software Innovation of the Year in the Digital Entrepreneur Awards 2017.

The Digital Entrepreneur Awards are the only awards of their kind, recognising entrepreneurs from across the country who have achieved online business excellence.

The awards celebrate not only the high-profile websites and leaders driving online commerce but the silent heroes who develop the systems that change the online landscape and shape the UK’s digital future.

Hoowla Managing Director Adam Curtis explains how delighted the team are at being shortlisted. “The team have worked so hard over the last few years, building the software from the ground up. We have a number of industry firsts, including the ability to digitally sign documents, fill in property information forms and share documents through our secure portal.

We have introduced a more collaborative approach to the industry, integrating with the UK’s leading conveyancing search providers to provided a fluid and cohesive experience to the industry.

In the last 12 months Hoowla has increased turnover by over 100% with the number of users increasing nearly threefold. The average buying decision for our market is two years so to achieve this growth in this industry in three is unprecedented.

It is an honour to be shortlisted for such a prestigious award and really recognises how much innovation and hard work the team has put into the business.”

Hoowla is a cloud based case management system for the legal industry, providing a digital solution for law firms to manage their entire business with a modern interface for their clients.

Hoowla offers two main products for the legal industry, a conveyancing quote calculator which allows clients to get an instant conveyancing quote and a full case management system for managing all areas of law.

The shortlisted entries for this year’s Digital Entrepreneur Awards are now being decided by this year’s judges ahead of the awards ceremony on 15th November.



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