Microsoft certifies legal software from Peppermint Technology

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2 May 2014


, developed by technology innovator Peppermint Technology, has been granted the prestigious ‘Certified for Microsoft Dynamics’ (CfMD) award. Following a rigorous quality test by Microsoft, the Peppermint legal software now carries the official certification which signifies Microsoft’s highest standard for partner-developed software.

The Peppermint Platform is the first legal Practice, Case, Document and Customer Relationship Management system built on Microsoft Dynamics & SharePoint.  Working in conjunction with Microsoft, Peppermint has extended the multibillion investment Microsoft has made in the Dynamics Platform to reflect the specific requirements of a legal firm.

“This milestone demonstrates Peppermint’s commitment to delivering leading solutions and expertise for our customers,” said Rich Wickham, general manager, Microsoft Dynamics Partners. “We congratulate Peppermint for meeting Microsoft’s highest standards of software quality and earning the CFMD distinction.”

Chris Doran, Head of Product Management at Peppermint Technology stated, “The Platform benefits from the billions that Microsoft invests in Dynamics, a level of investment that the legal software market has never experienced.  The timing is perfect in that legal firms, more than ever, are realising that software is critical to efficiency and gaining a competitive edge. We have now proven that the Peppermint Platform meets the demanding quality levels set by the World’s largest technology business.”



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