In our hot-off-the-press new case study, Stuart Kaye at Adams Kaye promotes our sophisticated legal accounts software and fully outsourced cashiering service for assured compliance with the Council for Licensed Conveyancers' regulations for correct handling of client monies and proper maintenance of accounting records, stating "everything’s compliant – to the letter of the CLC Accounts Code". Read Stuart's story.
At Quill, we’re dedicated to getting the job of cashiering right. Saying we’re committed to impeccable legal accounting isn’t just empty words. Our claim is demonstrated in our unique-in-the-industry trainee scheme. Our training programme has been operational since the very beginning, some 20 years ago, and we welcomed our new intake of trainees this September. Read more.
Once you’ve decided to outsource your legal cashiering, any supplier will do, right? After all, the way these outsourcing providers manage your accounts and support your business is the same, isn’t it? Surely the only difference will be the price you pay for the service, won’t it? The answer to these conundrums is a resounding ‘no’! While there are some familiar threads running between these various suppliers, in comparison to Quill, they’re poles apart. Find out why.
Heard about the latest updates to our Interactive Cloud case management and legal accounts software? There's GDPR functionality, collapsible tools, J-Codes support and all manner of other time-saving tips. Read more, view screen shots and access user guides here.
We're re-launching our trainee scheme designed to breed the next generation of cashiers for our growing Pinpoint team and warmly welcome applications from interested candidates. Shortlisting and interviewing will take place over the coming weeks with successful trainees taking up their posts at the beginning of September. To find out more about the trainee positions and benefits of working for us, go to www.quill.co.uk/academy. Send your CV to email@example.com.
We presented a cheque for £3,021 to blood cancer charity, Anthony Nolan, today. The money was generated from a recent fundraiser, the Salford Dragon Boat Race, held on 20th May at Salford Quays. Anthony Nolan is a charity that uses its register to match potential stem cell donors to blood cancer and blood disorder patients in need of stem cell transplants. The charity was chosen because we sadly lost our long-serving director, Peter Dye, to blood cancer earlier in the year. Read more.