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Scottish firm swaps out SOS in favour of Axxia DNA

Scottish law form Aberdein Considine has selected LexisNexis Axxia dna as its single, integrated practice management system of choice. The firm will also act as a showcase reference site for LexisNexis Axxia dna in the Scotland region. In addition, Russell-Cooke LLP has chosen to upgrade from legacy accounting and billing solution Personal Knowledge Centre (PKC) to LexisNexis Axxia dna. Aberdein Considine has purchased user licences for its Legal Services Division. It chose LexisNexis Axxia dna for its easy workflow build capability and superior reporting functionality. The firm had been using an accounting system from SOS.

Rob Aberdein, Partner in charge of Lender Services, Litigation and Employment, explained, “We went through an exhaustive due diligence process prior to selecting LexisNexis Axxia dna. The workflow development capability offered by the solution is truly exceptional – even non IT staff can easily create new workflows. As the showcase reference site for Scotland, we have a seat on the LexisNexis Axxia dna Product Development Board, which means that we have the opportunity to contribute to its further development. This is important to us. One of the key reasons for our consistent growth has been a strategic and progressive approach to technology adoption.”

6 replies on “Scottish firm swaps out SOS in favour of Axxia DNA”

Once again, LexisNexis is the place to be, also check out direct integration with MICROSOFT Office, and for the record, LN Research Solutions have always been a cloud app…….

Once again LexisNexis should send their PR people on a course to learn when and when not to use commas.

What they said:
“We went through an exhaustive due diligence process…As the showcase reference site for Scotland…”
What they meant:
“We tried putting different vendors over a barrel, and LexisNexis were the most eager to bend over. However, in order to justify the whopping 80% discount, we had to agree to be a reference site.” LOL.

The funny thing is the one bending over is not necessarily on the receiving end of this particular d'alliance.

Oh come on! They were a Solicitec site who only put in SOS coz Solicitec Scotland sold it to them. They were never happy with it and now LexisNexis have wrapped them up with promises to carry all their SolCase investment forward into DNA. Ha! For canny Aberdonians, AbCons do seem to believe the most amazing rubbish.

What they said:
“we have a seat on the LexisNexis Axxia dna Product Development Board, which means that we have the opportunity to contribute to its further development”.
What it means:
Fault calls to be answered in under a week and if anyone suggests an improvement to the system tell them it will be in the next release.

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