Redbrick Solutions first to announce they are to integrate with Veyo

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1 May 2015


Redbrick200Redbrick Solutions, market leading innovators in legal case and practice management, have this afternoon announced that they have plans to integrate with Veyo.

They are the first case management provider to make such an announcement.

Redbrick Solutions have a history of being first to market with new innovations. Over their 14 year history they have been the first to market with automated 24/7 online case tracking, SMS and Email updates, Seamless SDLT integration, AML checks and the Pay Per Case business model. They are also the only case management provider to have achieved the Legal Eye Quality Standard.

Martin MacDuff, Redbrick Solutions managing director comments “We have consulted with our clients over the last 6 months in order to ensure that we continue to offer the best case management solution available. We believe Veyo offers many beneficial features to the conveyancer, such as the chain view and deal room, and we are delighted to be in talks with Veyo about offering this functionality to our clients.’

Veyo is a joint venture by the Law Society and Mastek UK, a global IT solutions specialist, with the aim of making the conveyancing process more efficient and transparent. It is due to launch in the next few weeks.

Martin continues ‘Clients will be able to share information seamlessly through our case management solution into Veyo’s chain view and vice versa, removing the need for duplication and increasing transparency for all involved in the process. Clearly, Veyo have yet to launch and it is early days for them. Any integration work will be subject to client validation but we hope to have something available shortly.’

Martin concludes ‘Redbrick Solutions are committed to delivering best in class solutions and outstanding customer service. We have worked tirelessly over the years to provide conveyancers with a more efficient, profitable matter and are pleased to share this ethos with Veyo.’.

For more information on Redbrick Solutions case management technology and to register your interest please see https://www.redbricksolutions.co.uk/product/conveyancing-software



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