Pilgrim Systems shortlisted for three TheKnowList awards

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11 October 2010


Legal Futures Associate Pilgrim Systems has been shortlisted for three awards at TheKnowList Awards 2011 – account manager of the year, best new product of the year and the service excellence award.

TheKnowList is a legal technology resource website and the awards are dedicated to the strategic implementation of technology within law firms, recognising the success of key individuals, law firms and suppliers who are constantly striving to add value using IT.

Colin Kennedy, Pilgrim’s COO, said: “We are proud of this recognition. The account manager of the year and service excellence award categories reflect Pilgrim’s absolute focus on building strong, long-term relationships with our clients. The best new product award nomination – for the LawSoft Matter Estimation, Quotation and Monitoring module – acknowledges our ongoing commitment to developing truly innovative tools to help law firms maximise efficiency and profitability.”

Award winners are voted for by the industry on the KnowLists’s website from 6 October 2010. The awards ceremony will be held on 20 January 2011 at the Renaissance Chancery Court Hotel in London.



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