Our next big challenge is Tough Mudder on 9th September for our chosen beneficiary, Help for Heroes. We’re very familiar with the hardcore assault course, having taken part in 2015. If you think tackling 20+ world-class obstacles over a 10-12 mile course containing 500,000 litres of grade-A mud and 40 tonnes of ice deserves a few pounds’ donation, please go to our secure JustGiving page to show your support at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/quilltoughmudder.
Having previously worked for one of the UK’s largest volume conveyancing law firms, Adam Cheal left to establish his own practice with plans for expansion. In the intervening period, Adam’s growth ambitions have been realised. Choosing our outsourced legal accounts service, Pinpoint, at the outset lessened Adam’s back office responsibilities so he could concentrate front office. Combined with Redbrick Practice Management and the Microsoft Office Suite, Adam has a fully integrated solution.
Today we can unveil our new name and visual identity following a management buyout (MBO) in June. With forty years of heritage, we continue to stand proudly independent and remain fully accountable to our clients and employees in recognition that, as the largest supplier of outsourced cashiering services, we're very much an extension of many law firms’ back office staff.
When Bana Vaid & Associates’ previous software supplier announced it was phasing out its legal accounts system and pushing clients to migrate to a more expensive replacement, the practice took a contemplative look at its options and signed up to Interactive. The practice enjoys its new easy-to-use accounts package which is saving immeasurable time at month and year end. With Redbrick Practice Management in use too, the integrated set up is proving to be a "winning combination".
A series of irritating accounting mishaps caused by issues with its previous legal accounts package led Dyer & Crowe Licensed Conveyancers to appraise its software options. Concurrently, the supplier was acquired by a larger software provider. An increase in fees then ensued, forcing Dyer & Crowe to proceed with urgency with its software review. With CASA for case management, the practice looked around for legal accounts software that could work closely with it and chose Interactive.
Annual accounting and SRA Accounts Rules inspections are a routine part of law firms’ calendars. Practices rely upon SRA Accounts Rules-conversant accountants, such as the dedicated team of legal specialists at multi-office Kreston Reeves LLP, to assist with habitual accounting procedures. In this new case study, Peter Farley explains how Quill clients using remotely accessed software (Interactive) and precise accounts management (Pinpoint) streamlines these annual tasks which in turn makes Kreston Reeves’ work more efficient.