Bournemouth Law Firm Strengthens Further With Appointment Of IT Director
Posted on: 03/04/2018
Leading Dorset law firm Steele Raymond LLP has further strengthened its business with the recent appointment of an experienced legal IT Director.
Yvette Moss joins the Bournemouth head office of Steele Raymond to develop the firms IT strategy and ensure that the firm continues to be best placed to provide the very best client service.
With a career spanning over 20 years with national and regional legal and professional services firms, Yvette has spent her career advising law firms on IT infrastructure, leading change development and technology implementation.
Commenting on her appointment Yvette said: “I’m delighted to be joining the firm at a very exciting time. The firm’s significant growth throughout the last five years is testament the determination to use the latest technology to enhance client service.”
Yvette is both responsible for overseeing the firms existing IT strategy and development.
Yvette continued: “With the increasing security and IT needs of every business it is now more important than ever that businesses focus on their ability to provide secure and robust legal services to their clients and their legal teams.”
Steele Raymond Managing Partner Peter Rolph said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Yvette to the team at an important period in the continued growth for the firm. We will benefit from Yvette’s knowledge and expertise at a time when the legal sector and our clients are experiencing change in how they use technology. Yvette has a wealth of experience in the legal sector and having someone of her calibre join the team recognises the importance that we place on delivering the best IT solutions. IT will remain one of the key business challenges moving forward and to deliver the best client service we need the best IT solutions.”
For more details on the IT development at Steele Raymond contact Yvette Moss on 01202 294566, email email@example.com or visit www.steeleraymond.co.uk.
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