Wilkins Solicitors implement Linetime’s practice management

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6 June 2014


“It was clear the system ‘ticked all the boxes’”

Longstanding Buckinghamshire firm Wilkins Solicitors LLP have contracted with Linetime for their Liberate practice management system. As part of the roll out the firm will be deploying Linetime’s fee earner desktop software throughout.

Wilkins selected Linetime to totally modernise their technology. The contract includes a complete technology overhaul. This includes the replacement of all servers, Microsoft Exchange, implementation of a new firewall and improved facilities for remote access.

Managing Principle, Mark Pryer said the firm undertook a review of all its IT systems. “Our old accounts package had served us well for many years, but we realised that it was time to move to a more modern Windows Operating system. Following the review the practice opted to invest in Liberate as it was clear the system ‘ticked all the boxes’ and would assist in our drive to continue
providing a quality service at competitive rates”.

Wilkins Solicitors LLP, based in Buckinghamshire offer a range of services including Commercial Property, Domestic and Commercial Conveyancing, Family and Personal Injury Law, Civil and Employment claims, Wills/ Power of Attorney, Trusts and Tax.

 



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