Press Release: LSSA and Free2Convey
21st April 2016
LSSA and Free2Convey
At last week’s annual general meeting the LSSA membership welcomed the continuing development of Free2Convey but also recognised the differences between Pracctice and some LSSA members in commercial and market strategy, functional scope and product direction. As such it was agreed that it was more appropriate for individual members to have separate commercial arrangements with Pracctice over the use of the Free2Convey portal rather than through an umbrella agreement with the LSSA as dictated by client demand.
Free2Convey will continue to be developed and marketed by Pracctice Ltd, an LSSA member company, and the LSSA warmly applauds Pracctice for making the Free2Convey concept an exciting reality and wishes it success with the future development of Free2Convey.
Julian Bryan, LSSA Chair comments: “As the project has developed we found that the LSSA and Pracctice, who have undertaken the technical development of the Free2Convey project, did not share a commonality of vision for the future direction of the project. We are very happy to have lent our support to our member firm Pracctice to launch the product and we wish the firm well with its future development of Free2Convey.”
Matt Lancaster, Sales & Marketing Director Pracctice Limited, comments: “We are grateful for the support from the LSSA members in promoting Free2Convey to the legal profession and other stakeholders. Pracctice is looking forward to progressing with the development and marketing of Free2Convey.”
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About the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA)
The Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA) is the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors. Representing most of the leading UK suppliers, the LSSA sets and maintains professional standards within the legal software industry, and also manages areas of mutual interest between lawyers and software providers. The LSSA is committed to developing clear channels of communication, so that law firms can gain the maximum benefit from their selected software solutions.
The LSSA provides a highly representative and unified voice for the legal software industry and is therefore best placed to provide a strong focus in establishing standards and cooperation between suppliers, professional bodies, and government organisations. The Association has set up and actively contributes to a number of different working parties and forums, representing and lobbying on behalf of its members with HM Land Registry, HMRC, Court Service and the LAA.
For more information please visit www.lssa.co.uk
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