Verisona signs multi-year contract with Peppermint

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16 April 2013

Vincent Denham

Vincent Denham, CEO, Verisona: Having one Platform operating across the entire business will be critical to delivering quality legal services

Hampshire lawyers Verisona has selected the award-winning legal software to support its multi-disciplined law firm.  Chosen over traditional legacy systems in the legal IT market, the Peppermint Platform will provide a full suite of software applications including , , , , , and the Conveyancing Content Pack.

Formed in 2008 by the merger of two law firms, Verisona recognises the changing needs of the legal market and the defining role technology will play. Rapid development of new legal services and increasing client expectations were critical elements in the decision to choose the Peppermint Platform, which recently won the KnowList Award for Technology Innovation.

Vincent Denham, Verisona’s CEO stated, “Being a niche commercial firm in a highly competitive market the relationships that we form with clients are the cornerstone of our business. Having one Platform operating across the entire business will be critical to Verisona providing quality legal services, through a number of effective distribution channels, at the right price and value. The Peppermint Platform, over and above other systems we considered, will enable us to deliver this.”

Using the powerful and , which work across the entire Peppermint Platform, Verisona will streamline its processes to reduce unnecessary operational cost while improving the service delivered to clients.  The single-platform approach, where every piece of data in the system is connected to the , provides the client intelligence to offer personalised and proactive services to clients.

Peppermint’s CEO Arlene Adams added, “Verisona is a modern thinking law firm who have looked at their business from the outside in and asked what clients want. This is exactly the approach we have taken at Peppermint when designing and building our legal software.  We are delighted to have Verisona join the Peppermint community and look forward to a long and successful relationship.”


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