Linetime chosen by top Belfast law firm Carson McDowell

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27 February 2018

LinetimeLINETIME, a specialist legal software provider has announced that their Liberate software solution has been chosen by leading Northern Ireland law firm Carson McDowell to further enhance the delivery of legal services to its clients.

Liberate aims to improve client service levels and reduces risk and duplication of work by centralising the firm’s data and business processes in a Single Database System.  Underpinned by the very latest Microsoft SQL, MS Windows, MS Office technology, Liberate is future-proof and intuitive, providing lawyers and support staff with a sophisticated yet familiar environment.

Tony Klejnow, Managing Director of Linetime: “We are delighted that Carson McDowell has chosen to use Liberate and welcome them to the growing community of firms seeking the benefits of a truly combined system. We look forward to a close and mutually beneficial relationship over the forthcoming years.”

Carson McDowell selected the Liberate solution as it was the most intuitive and comprehensive system available, encompassing all the key business process areas within a single database solution.  Liberate includes GDPR compliance and all aspects of back office practice management, reporting and business intelligence, through to matter management, CRM and client self-service facilities.

Michael Johnston, Managing Partner of Carson McDowell said: “Our clients are central to everything we do and this partnership fits perfectly with that ethos. We believe the Liberate system is an enhancement to our current processes and will help ensure we provide our clients with an even more efficient service.”

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