Saturn27 Joins the Peppermint Academy Programme

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22 May 2012


Legal technology innovator Peppermint Technology is delighted to announce a partnership agreement with technology implementation expert Saturn27. Saturn27 has joined the Peppermint Academy Programme, Peppermint’s community of trusted delivery partners.

The Peppermint Academy has been created to support and train partners to deliver a quality service around the Peppermint product set. This approach offers legal providers access to technology and sector experts with a broad range of skills, flexibility and scalability.

Saturn27 has significant experience in system implementations and has worked with the leading names in the legal software sector at top 100 law firms. The company is currently engaged in delivering the Peppermint Platform at one of Peppermint’s early adopter law firms.

David Gallagher, the CEO of Saturn27, said: “We are delighted to be working with Peppermint to bring a new level of innovation and service to the legal sector. The Platform provides a refreshing approach and I am confident Saturn27 will deliver real value, implementing streamlined client services for the progressive law firm of today.”

Peppermint CEO Arlene Adams added: “I believe that no one supplier can offer everything a legal business needs. So it is Peppermint’s strategy to build a community of experts that will drive innovation, raise standards and extend services in the UK legal market.

“Saturn27 brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the community and our clients will get huge benefit from that.”

 



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