IRIS loses its biggest AIM site to Pilgrim
Top 100 law firm Howes Percival LLP, with offices in Leicester, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Norwich, has selected the LawSoft Practice Management solution incorporating Legal Accounts, Case Management, Document Management and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to replace their legacy Iris AIM system.
Howes Percival Finance Director Alastair Mearns states “We are delighted to have chosen Pilgrim to supply our next practice management system and are looking forward to the benefits we expect LawSoft to bring to our business. Key for us has been the intuitive, easy to use capability of LawSoft, which at the same time is sufficiently comprehensive to have responded to virtually every test we have put it to in our selection process. We anticipate that this and the straightforward pragmatism of the Pilgrim team will be the foundation of a productive relationship for many years to come.”
Pilgrim COO Colin Kennedy observes that “Howes Percival is another significant new client win for us. In line with many other practices they have identified the key strengths of our solution as being an ideal combination of flexible software, leading edge technology and experienced people, plus a stable business roadmap that provides the assurances buyers seek in an ever changing commercial world.”
Comment: from the Insider Top 250 chart, it looks like IRIS has just lost its last remaining AIM site within the top 100 UK law firms. Older readers will recall that in the years BE (before Elite) the old Robson Rhodes surveys regularly identified AIM as the market leader within the top 100.