CTS welcomes David Fazakerley as its new in-house legal CIO

CTS, the cloud provider to the legal sector, welcomed David Fazakerley as the company’s In-House Legal Chief Information Officer (CIO).

In this role, David is responsible for assisting CTS in better aligning their service offerings to the unique needs of the legal sector, and to deliver a superior client experience to CTS’ many law firm clients.

Bringing a wealth of legal technology knowledge to the company, David joins CTS with 15 years’ experience within the legal sector in both corporate and consumer law firms and most recently seven years’ experience in the role of Chief Information Officer, during which time he has demonstrated his proficiency in driving business transformation, delivering business revenue growth and new client services, reducing operating costs, driving profitability and facilitating rapid growth.

Nigel Wright, CEO of CTS, comments, “We are delighted to have David on board as part of the team at this very exciting time. David’s exhaustive knowledge and expertise within the legal sector will be invaluable to us as we continue to develop the services and solutions that we offer. David’s genuine enthusiasm for progression and innovation is going to be key to our growth.”

David adds, “Now is the time of real opportunity. CTS are in a unique position to support firms to transition to the post-COVID world, by maximising the benefits of cloud technology and agile working. I am thrilled to be part of this company and am looking forward to helping CTS to take the next steps in its development.”

CTS is the only provider of cloud and managed IT services purely dedicated to the UK & Irish legal sector. Working closely with the leading legal software vendors means that CTS’ expertise covers the complete range of legal software applications – from dictation to case and practice management. This equips CTS with a unique skillset, combining technological and legal sector knowledge.

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