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TFB win ILCA 'best software supplier' award

TFB has won this year's ILCA Best Software Supplier of the year award. The award, organised by the UK's Institute of Legal Cashiers & Administrators, and this year sponsored by the Legal Support Network, is voted for by members of the Institute, as well as partners and cashiers of practice management systems across England and Wales.

Commenting on the award, TFB's managing director Simon Hill said “Winning this award is not only a great achievement for TFB, I hope it is also indicative of the confidence our clients have, not only in their system, but in TFB and the future of their software. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who voted for us and offered their support. User feedback is one of TFB's building blocks and whether that is conveyed at a user group meeting, via the online client portal or simply over the phone, we value our clients' input into the development of the products and services we provide.

“The legal market has seen many changes in the past twelve months and I'm certain that there are many users of other systems who are feeling very unsure about what the future holds. We have already gone on record as saying that we have no plans to develop a successor product to Partner for Windows and will continue to maintain and develop a product which is clearly gaining favour amongst the ILCA's members. TFB's commitment to our clients and our products remains as strong as ever.”

• Over the last few months TFB has also become the first supplier to achieve accreditation as 'Recognised Supplier' by the Law Society of Scotland, picked up a 'Highly Commended' at the Legal Technology Awards, and has been named as preferred supplier to the New Zealand Bar Association. 

2 replies on “TFB win ILCA 'best software supplier' award”

“we have no plans to develop a successor product ”
So, that means customers are going to be be stuck with an out of date legacy system in the future?
It seems terribly shortsighted and naive to say that you are going to simply ignore future developments in technology and framework design.

I, for one, am far more comfortable with a software supplier who is committed to future development of an existing system rather than being forced into system replacements at the whim of developers

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