We must be doing something right. In fact, we must be doing a lot right, given our recent year-end results confirmed our best ever year, as we achieved a turnover of £11.67 million – an increase of 28% on the previous year.

We have strengthened our position as one of the UK’s leading providers of IT services to the legal sector, adding Grindeys Solicitors, Fishers Solicitors, Fox Williams and Attwaters Jameson Hill to our growing roster of law firm clients.

Our experience and unrivalled knowledge of the unique challenges faced by the legal sector, also ensured a number of contract renewals with law firm clients, with Freeths, Ashtons Legal, Roythornes and JCP Solicitors all signing on the dotted line.

At the time of printing we have more deals close to completion and more renewals in the pipeline, so look out for news of more businesses recognising the difference Quiss make to helping them exploit technology for efficiency and productivity gains.

The business has grown significantly, doubling in just five years, but we have maintained focus and shaped our offering to the changing needs of all our clients, across a range of sectors. Quiss now supports more than 6000 users, across more than 120 clients.

We celebrate winning new business, because it demonstrates we have developed an attractive, robust and flexible business proposition that ensures technology is a driver for growth for all our clients, regardless of sector.

But I believe contract renewals are the true measure of our success. They prove we follow through on the promises we make in our pitches to deliver a service our clients value and our competitors cannot match.

There is a growing appetite amongst businesses, particularly law firms, to move some or all of their activities to the Cloud. Our ability to deliver what is best for each client, rather than what is easiest for us to deliver, ensures we will continue to attract prospects and retain existing clients.

Please read through this latest of our magazines and let me know if there is any specific topic you would like us to cover in a future edition.

Regards – Andy