DMH Stallard an award-winning full-service UK Law firm selects ShareDo for a firmwide rollout of case & matter management.
Throughout 2022 DMH Stallard conducted an in-depth procurement process to evaluate what next generation case management system was going to replace their legacy case management system which was end of life and no longer supported.
After almost a year of evaluating all the systems in the market, Sharedo was selected for rollout across the firm for all their different legal work-types. The feedback from the team at DMH Stallard was that Sharedo provided them with all the functionality that they required now and anticipate needing in the future to enable them with a competitive advantage in the market.
Richard Pollins, Managing Partner at DMH Stallard said:
"DMH Stallard is delighted to confirm that we have selected Sharedo as our cloud based case management and productivity solution for the firm across all of our offices in London, Sussex and Surrey.
For the firm to continue to grow it is imperative that we attract the very best clients, partners and staff - deploying the best technology solutions will help us with that.
In recent years we have been on a journey of improving all our firm’s technology and after implementing our new Practice Management System in late 2022, our eyes turned to replacing our Case Management System. We worked closely with a consultancy firm to evaluate the market for case management solutions, shortlist, and run a procurement exercise for our new CMS.
Throughout the process Sharedo was ahead of all their competitors in terms of the product capability, their organisation’s cultural fit with ours, and their people’s clear understanding of law firm’ requirements. Where Sharedo particularly stand out is their solution includes full process driven case management together with support for client matter inception, document production and key date management.
We are very much looking forward to working with the Sharedo team."
Sebastian Negreira, Director Sales & Marketing at Sharedo said: