Legal IT Business Show 2013 yields consistent results for SOS

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18 March 2013


(SOS) is pleased to report that the Legal IT Business Show 2013, held in London earlier this month, was yet again a worthwhile investment for the company.

Over 30 legal businesses visited the SOS stand to receive an introductory demonstration of SOS Connect, a figure which is consistent with the two previous years.

David McNamara, managing director of SOS, said: “Once again we had a good number of conversations with a wide range of progressive legal businesses at the show.

“In this first week after the event there has already been some excellent follow-up, with two onsite scoping meetings booked with large firms, each with over 100 potential users of SOS software, along with a number of meetings booked with mid-tier firms.”

SOS also conducted a survey to provide sector and marketing insights. When asked “What was your main reason for attending this event?” the variety of responses included:

  • Review case management systems
  • General interest in services
  • Purchase practice management software
  • Review of current products on market
  • See what’s new
  • Product updates
  • System replacement
  • Meet providers
  • See developments

Participants in the survey were entered into a prize draw, which saw Lynn Miller from Whitehead Monckton winning a Nikon camera.

David McNamara concluded: “SOS was proud to sponsor the Legal IT Business Show 2013 – largely as it is the only free-to-attend, exhibition-focused event that remains in the legal sector where delegates have enough time to meet suppliers and receive a useful demonstration of the software on offer.”



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