We're getting on the road, exhibiting at two new "Making the most of recovery"-themed events being run by ICAEW, to meet with more of our clients and would-be clients. We'll be demonstrating how firms can operate from the cloud in a risk-averse way by using the full range of matter, financial, document and risk management functionality within our software to maximum effect.
With the arrival of Alternative Business Structures, law firms are having to adopt a commercial stance to the continued development of their business. Marketing is an essential part of this. That's why we're exhibiting at the Manchester Law Society's Management Conference next month. In the exhibition, we'll demonstrate the CRM and marketing features within our leading Quill Interactive software.
In our latest case study, growing South West based law firm, Bonallack & Bishop, highlighted software upgrade requirements to support its expansion operational objectives. As existing Quill Interactive users, they decided to switch over from on premise to cloud-based legal accounts and practice management software.
In a continued effort to give something back to the community, we've donated a batch of PC monitors to not-for-profit organisation, Fresh Start Independence Project, to support its charitable work with vulnerable young people both in the UK and Eastern Europe.
The continued domination of the news headlines by extensive flood water devastation in southern England is a distressing observation of our vulnerabilities to extreme weather conditions. Joseph Cooke at Richard Griffiths & Co Solicitors explains how use of cloud-based Quill software is helping keep the company afloat during the floods.
As part of a wider green initiative, our Manchester site is installing low energy, long life LED lighting within all its offices, meeting rooms and kitchen areas to lessen our impact upon the environment and help save the planet.