inCase shortlisted for Claims Innovation Awards 2015

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11 May 2015


inCase200Just over 12 months ago inCase hit the legal sector with its revolutionary mobile app, specifically tailored for law firms specialising in personal injury. Offering an effective communication tool for firms, early adopters began to see the advantage of their own mobile app as speed of securing instructions; enhanced client satisfaction and reducing overheads began to take hold.

Today, inCase has already been radically enhanced to offer a signature feature. Allowing firms to send documents and forms securely to a client’s mobile phone or tablet within seconds using PUSH technology and notifications, clients are alerted to take immediate action.

inCase mobile appContinuing to reinvest knowledge and experience built up over the last year and previous 2 years from its original conception by founder and PI solicitor, Sucheet Amin, inCase has already released a model specific for the conveyancing market and it has plans to open into other sectors in the coming 12 months.

inCase mobile appFounder and managing director, Sucheet Amin said “it is such an achievement to be shortlisted in this category of Associated Industries. Whilst being among some long established and well respected businesses, inCase has demonstrated again that it is worthy of this recognition.”

 



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