UK Top 200 listed law firm Rosenblatt has selected Peppermint Technology’s CX365 solution to underpin its growth strategy, we can reveal. The AIM listed law firm will implement Peppermint’s entire modular product suite – including case & matter management, client engagement (CRM), document management and practice management. According to Legal IT Insider’s UK top 200, Rosenblatt is an OpenText eDOCS customer.
This announcement follows hot on the heels of the news at the start of April that Royds Withy King has selected Peppermint for CMS, CRM and PMS. Royds is an iManage 10 customer.
Peppermint is built on the Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365 and Rosenblatt’s investment in CX365 will ultimately provide a single cloud-based solution. Barry Roche, managing director of Rosenblatt said: “The legal services sector is becoming increasingly complex and we see technology as a strategic enabler of continuously strong performance.
“Peppermint’s suite of business management modules will help us improve and accelerate our processes, utilise automation to minimise administrative tasks, and empower our decision making with data-driven insights.”
He added: “As we broaden our group’s business offering, we are confident that the flexibility and scalability of Peppermint’s products will support us effectively in our journey”.
Peppermint is gaining significant traction within the mid-market to large law sector and this selection of its entire CX365 solution by a UK top 200 law firm represents huge confidence in the company, which since 2018 has been led by CEO Gary Young, who has brought it an experienced senior team. In June 2020, it won UK London Stock Exchange listed law firm DWF as client of its case and matter management system.
Jason Fry, IT director at Rosenblatt said: “It was important for Rosenblatt that we chose a technology partner who understood our needs as a law firm and our position as a growing PLC. Peppermint gives us an agile, cloud-based solution that is built on a trusted technology platform. It works hand in hand with our Microsoft productivity tools and gives our teams flexible access through whatever means they prefer, including on mobile devices. I am confident that, whatever the next market challenge or opportunity is, my team and I are well placed to support the business with a robust technology offering.”
According to the UK top 200, there are now just five OpenText document management clients.