Fifteen More Law Firms Choose Whitehill BPI for Legal from Whitehill Technologies

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Solution gaining rapid adoption among firms looking to accelerate New Business Intake and other critical processes

We are very gratified that firms like Best Best & Krieger are choosing Whitehill to automate their critical business processes

Whitehill Technologies, Inc. today announced that over the past year, 15 new customers have signed on to implement Whitehill’s breakthrough workflow product for the Legal industry, Whitehill BPI for Legal.

Firms that have adopted Whitehill BPI for Legal include Best Best & Krieger, Godfrey & Kahn, Sullivan & Worcester and Vedder Price, to name a few.

Best Best & Krieger is using Whitehill BPI for Legal to speed up new business intake, and mitigate the risks associated with this core business process.

“We anticipate that this solution will open up new avenues for us,” said Susan Plummer, Director of Finance & Accounting, Best Best & Krieger. “We chose Whitehill’s solution because it is not just limited to new matter intake. It has so many more uses, including new hires, human resources, check requests and more. It has the potential to really broaden our workflow.”

Plummer added that Whitehill’s deep domain expertise in the Legal industry influenced her firm’s choice of vendor. “It’s not just the product. What makes the product is the people. You can get software to do anything—it’s the people that weigh in to the decision. With Whitehill, our firm has a true partnership. Their people are dedicated, determined and knowledgeable, and they are committed to doing, not only a good job, but an excellent job. ‘Good’ just isn’t good enough for Whitehill.”

Whitehill BPI for Legal speeds up new business intake by automating the flow of information between all the people and systems involved in the process. It automatically triggers conflict searches of a firm’s time & billing system, document management system and more. It also alerts the appropriate parties when a task needs attention, and lets all parties involved see the status of the matter.

By automating new business intake, firms can begin billing the client sooner, and prove to malpractice carriers that all necessary steps have been taken. This has the potential to significantly reduce malpractice insurance premiums.

“We are very gratified that firms like Best Best & Krieger are choosing Whitehill to automate their critical business processes,” says Paul McSpurren, President & CEO, Whitehill Technologies, Inc. “It’s a testimony to our philosophy of innovation and superior customer service. Whitehill is committed to building outstanding, innovative solutions in the Legal industry, and we strive to create a delighted customer on every project.”

To learn more about how Best Best & Krieger is using Whitehill BPI for Legal to automate new business intake, please read their customer story on the Whitehill web site.

Whitehill Technologies is exhibiting next week at the ILTA Annual Educational Conference, Aug. 20-23 in Orlando, Florida. Please visit Whitehill at Booths 504-506 to learn more about Whitehill BPI for Legal, or visit the web site.

About Whitehill Technologies, Inc.
Whitehill Technologies, Inc. develops and implements document, compliance and process automation solutions that help customers accelerate key business processes. More than 1,000 professional and financial services firms have purchased Whitehill software, including half the largest 100 insurers in North America and two thirds of the largest 250 law firms in the world. Headquartered in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, Whitehill is a privately held company with 200 employees in Canada, the United States and the UK. For more information, please call 1-888-944-8344 or visit http://www.whitehilltech.com.

For further information, or to arrange for interviews, please contact:

Lynne Sampson
Media Relations Specialist
Whitehill Technologies
888-944-8344 x521
lsampson @ whitehilltech.com

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