LFS Announce new ‘Best Use of Technology’ Award

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7 February 2018

Redbrick SolutionsLaw Firm Services have announced that as part of the 2018 LFS Conveyancing Awards, there will be a new award for the ‘Best use of Technology’ in Conveyancing.

The award is being sponsored and presented by Redbrick Solutions

The conveyancing case management experts were delighted to have had a record number of clients recognised at last years’ LFS awards and are looking forward to another successful year, with many clients having already entered.

Richard Mathias, Sales Director at LFS says: ““Improving communications and speeding up the conveyancing process are two recurring themes when government reviews home buying. However there is no silver bullet and we need conveyancers to adopt as many technological solutions as possible to deliver what consumers need in this digital age. Thus to reward the use of technology with its own Award at the 2018 Conveyancing Awards is our natural next step”

Martin MacDuff, Managing Director of Redbrick Solutions commented “It was fantastic to see so many clients successfully winning awards last year, their hard work and dedication to delivering an outstanding level of client care having really paid off.  We are delighted to be presenting the ‘Best Use of Technology’ award this year.  Redbrick is dedicated to providing easy to use case management, to successful law firms, to help them maximize the benefits of adopting modern, efficient technology solutions.”

If your firm is at the forefront of using technology to improve the customer journey, then make sure you enter the LFS Conveyancing Awards at: http://www.lfsconference.co.uk/d/wtqw9v?ct=b9e5483d-c513-40bf-92e4-b1070d21db9e&RefID=RB

Making good use of technology is going to be key to firms’ ability to compete successfully in the current market, so if you haven’t yet seen Redbrick Solutions now is the time to act.  For a no obligation, one to one consultation, please call 0845 166 2629, or visit www.redbricksolutions.co.uk.

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