Glanvilles choose Linetime Liberate to boost efficiency and maintain standards

Jess Carey Posted By Jess Carey
from Burlington Media

Linetime’s client base continues to grow as more firms are recognising the benefits of Liberate’s single MS SQL database PMS, CMS and CRM solution. The latest addition is Glanvilles LLP. Established in 1884, the firm provides business and personal legal services across the South Coast.

With Glanvilles LLP offering such a wide range of legal services it was essential that they selected a system that allowed them to meet the high standards set by compliance and regulatory bodies, including the SRA and Lexcel. The selection of Linetime’s Liberate system demonstrates Glanvilles’ commitment to ensuring a streamlined and efficient firm-wide IT system. The ability to standardise and optimise processes will enable the firm to continue offering its clients high-quality customer service in all aspects of legal work.

Jeremy Weeks, Chief Executive Officer of Glanvilles LLP said "As a full service law firm with three offices across the South Coast, we continue to enhance our customer service experience as our absolute priority and therefore making the change from our long-standing case management system to Linetime in 2019 will help us streamline our service and provide additional benefits to our clients and staff. We look forward to developing our working relationship and case management services with Linetime"

Phil Snee, Development Director of Linetime added "Linetime look forward to working with Glanvilles LLP. In addition to Glanvilles benefitting from the advanced capabilities of the Liberate system, the firm will work with the highly experienced project delivery team which has a growing reputation for timely and effective implementations."

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