Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA) welcomes three new member companies
New roles at the LSSA include Craig Matthews of Pracctice as Vice Chair
Three legal technology companies have recently joined the LSSA. They are BaseNet, Coyote Analytics and inCase.
- BaseNet is a cloud-based integrated practice management and legal office system targeting high street practices to large law firms. Headquartered in Amsterdam, BaseNet is the market leader in the Netherlands and will soon launch in the UK.
- Coyote Analytics is the UK arm of a leading American legal technology firm which supplies a comprehensive practice management and accounting solution for legal firms.
- inCase is based in Manchester and provides law firms a mobile service app to give legal clients better visibility of case progression to enable them to provide superior customer service.
At the recent AGM Julian Bryan of Quill was reconfirmed as Chair for the forthcoming year with Craig Matthews from Pracctice stepping up as Vice Chair and Phil Snee from Linetime remaining as Treasurer.
Tom Durbin St George of easy convey takes over as chair of the conveyancing working party and Peter Baverstock from LEAP takes the helm at the HMRC working party. Adrian Jones from Tikit remains as chair of the LAA working party.
LSSA Chair, Julian Bryan comments: “It’s fantastic to welcome these three progressive companies to the LSSA. This growth of the LSSA is indicative of the vibrancy of the legal technology industry. I warmly welcome Craig Matthews as the association’s Vice Chair and Tom Durbin St George, Peter Baverstock and Adrian Jones as working party chairs.”
About the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA)
The 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 government bodies such as HM Land Registry, HMRC and the LAA as well as other organisations within the legal market such as the Law Society.
For more information please visit www.lssa.co.uk
June 26th 2018