Quiss Technology partners with NetMotion to helps law firms become more agile
Quiss Technology, one of the leading providers of managed IT services to UK law firms, has announced a new strategic partnership with NetMotion, providing solutions that improve the performance, visibility and security of devices used by distributed workforces.
A growing number of the UK’s leading mid-market law firms rely on Quiss to deliver a range of technology solutions that help improve their efficiency, flexibility and resilience as they progress their digital transformation, whilst reflecting the needs of an increasingly mobile workforce.
Head of Marketing at Quiss Technology, David Ricketts commented: “Our clients understand the benefits afforded to them through the application of new technologies, but are more interested in the business outcomes, rather than technical specifications.”
“As a trusted technology partner, it’s important we constantly evaluate new technologies and more innovative approaches that cater to the needs of a rapidly changing workplace. NetMotion has earned its place as a cornerstone of our offering, seamlessly enabling modern law firm employees to access the data and services they need no matter where they work.”
The new approach to agile working being adopted by law firms requires broader changes to IT strategies. A distributed workforce has its own distinctive needs, such as unified communication tools, team collaboration platforms, remote access solutions and other technologies that allow employees to be productive while working from anywhere.
Through its collaboration with NetMotion, Quiss will be able to provide SASE functionality tailored to the needs of law firms – taking advantage of technologies like zero trust network access (ZTNA), enterprise VPN and experience monitoring.
The recent pandemic and lockdown regulations have given law firms of every size time to assess what the future of their business looks like and how it will better serve their clients’ needs. Quiss have the experience and expertise to help turn that vision into reality, thanks in part to innovative technology available from companies like NetMotion.
Jonny Watkinson, Enterprise Sales Manager for Legal Services at NetMotion, commented: “The way in which law firms operate and engage with clients has changed dramatically, so it makes sense that the technologies they use to secure and enable their businesses also needs to adapt.”
Over the last 30 years Quiss has built a solid reputation in the UK legal sector and clearly recognises the advantages our solutions will deliver for their clients, as each looks to the Cloud for efficiency and productivity gains, without undermining security.
The legal sector arguably handles the largest volume of sensitive client data, currently being transferred, modified and saved using an enormous variety of personal and public mobile networks and making it much more challenging to safeguard and verify.
Watkinson continued, “NetMotion provides the only platform on the market today designed from the ground up to simplify remote access, ensure security and actively improve the employee experience. This unique combination of attributes has proven remarkably popular, particularly in the UK’s legal sector, where the number of firms standardizing on NetMotion’s platform has tripled in the last 18 months alone.”