Scanlon Ewing: Cloud Case Study

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A friendly firm looking for friendly support.

Scanlon Ewing, a new start in Clydebank, needed to find a system that complied with Law Society rules and met their needs.
The firm chose LawCloud and found that they had made the right choice.
“We just find LawCloud very easy to use, much easier than the system we used before.”
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Scanlon Ewing is a small, friendly two partner legal practice based in Clydebank, specialising mainly in a range of family legal business. Mairi Scanlon & Maureen Ewing have been practising in Clydebank for over 20 years and have a wealth experience in the local area. They have an excellent reputation and strive to maintain that in all respects.

Coming out of a bigger firm, Mairi & Maureen decided to start their own new practice and finding a system that complied with Law Society Accounts rules and met their needs was the main factor.

Making the right decision.

Mairi & Maureen were clear in that they needed better access to client and business information and to improve overall practice efficiency with their system of choice. A vital element was keeping better track of client and firm’s accounts.

Mairi says “There was significant preparation required to configure the data to be imported from our old firm. We had to get all clients onto the new system and had to learn how to use it”

A smooth start-up.

“This all went smoothly and we were very happy with the implementation, installation and training. Support was excellent.”

“We just find it very easy to use, much easier than the system we used before.”

“We have always found everyone we have dealt with at LawCloud very prompt, proactive and helpful. They always seem to go the extra mile and are willing to help in every way that they can.”

“We looked at a couple of other systems before we chose LawCloud and are very glad that we have. We have made the right choice”.

Scanlon Ewing Solicitors

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