George has been involved in software development since the 1980’s and can point to a 35-year unbroken track record of working in the legal services sector. This is a simple fact that he hopes give new, existing and potential clients alike a real source of comfort and confidence.
Not only is George an established expert in his field, on both sides of the UK border, he is also the man best placed to manage the legal sector’s most imminent challenges.
Considered a “tech visionary”, George led his Denovo team to become the first Scottish provider to create Cloud systems specifically for the legal market.
George has provided solutions for all the major challenges and changes that the legal profession has faced during his career. As with every other challenge the legal sector has faced within last few years, George believes winning firms will find that the key to success lies firstly in managing their risks effectively and secondly, in grabbing the many exciting opportunities that occur as a result of change.
George has always said; “It will take a leap of faith but once you’ve seen what we can do to boost your business you will see that our software is something you want rather than something you should reluctantly feel that you need. Once we show you how it’s done you can look forward to profiting year after year from business that is literally waiting to be exploited by you with both new and the existing clients on your files. We’re a partner you can trust.”
George is a cycling enthusiast who can boast proudly of covering a minimum of 100-150 miles on his bike every week. He has taken part in numerous events, including Etape Caledonia and Ride London to name a few, raising thousands of pounds for numerous charities along the way.
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