The move is recognition that digital bundling is fast becoming a best-practice innovation. It also reflects recent moves by Liverpool’s Family Court to accept digital files.
Typically, users will save 70% when compared to manual alternatives. In addition, Zylpha’s document bundling system eliminates costs such as stationery, photocopying, paper file-storage, maintenance and courier costs. Zylpha’s technology can streamline and simplify even the largest, most complex document bundles. It is also extremely secure with full password and Adobe electronic signature functionality.
Says Helen Pittard, Head of Dispute Resolution at 174 Law,
“We chose Zylpha’s bundling for our family team as it will help to build bundles faster and more easily. This not only drives efficiency internally but in saving time and resource it has benefits for our clients too. In addition, with the recent moves by Liverpool’s Family Court to accept electronic bundles, we felt that there was an added incentive to go digital. We look forward to reaping the benefits of the new system.”
For his part, Tim Long CEO of Zylpha welcomed these comments adding,
“174 Law is staying ahead of the curve by moving to digital bundling. This will enhance its practice efficiency, impress clients and enable the team to fully exploit recent developments at Liverpool’s Family Court. We’re delighted that Zylpha was chosen to help manage 174’s files and we look forward to working closely with 174 Law on achieving the maximum benefit available.”