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A partnership between Zylpha Peapod LegalOffice will enable smaller law firms to use Zylpha’s range of applications to automate the production of court and document bundles with secure electronic delivery.

 

 

Under the terms of the agreement, Peapod LegalOffice, which is recognised as a leading supplier of on premise, hosted and Cloud software solutions for High Street law firms in the UK, will offer Zylpha’s solutions to its client base of over 1300 law firms with more than 10,000 users. Commenting on the agreement, Peter Baverstock, Managing Director of Peapod LegalOffice noted, “We have built a reputation for providing our clients with the very best technology solutions. This adherence to only delivering the best, builds trust and confidence in the recommendations that we make to the law firms we supply. In simple terms, that is why we have partnered with Zylpha. Their secure document delivery, bundling technology solutions are by far the best legal process automation tools on the market and their availability alongside our existing range will be extremely well received by our clients.”

For his part, Tim Long CEO of Zylpha, welcomed Baverstock’s comments adding: “Peapod LegalOffice is widely respected by smaller legal practices. They develop affordable solutions that make a real difference both in terms of function and the efficiency benefits available. We are delighted that they have chosen to also offer Zylpha’s systems to their clients for whom we can deliver significant additional process automation benefits in terms of compliance, security and cost reductions.”