Sammy Stewart joins Copyrite as the regional general manager in new London offices
Copyrite has opened a London office to better serve existing customers and to expand the business, particularly in the legal sector
Recent demand from law firms has led to Copyrite’s significant growth and the need to open a London office. Many existing customers have London offices and need a higher level of customer service. Growth is also expected from new businesses across all sectors.
The following solutions are driving the demand from the legal sector:
- PaperCut print management
- Digital mailroom
- Worldox document management
PaperCut's core purpose is to track all printing in a network environment. It keeps detailed print logs for all users printing activity which helps to understand printing at all levels of the business, such as by user, printer, group, department, office or shared account. PaperCut ChargeBack is a key feature for many law firms as both printing and copying costs can be recharged to client accounts.
Law firms need to manage vast amounts of paper documentation, evidence, statements, filings and court proceedings. Elimination of physical mail distribution is vital for business growth, legal team efficiency and the provision of exceptional customer service while maintaining security and confidentiality. The digital mailroom solution reduces administration overheads, accelerates the process of document delivery resulting in improved client relationships.
Document management solutions enable solicitors to instantly view any document or email associated with a specific client, matter or project, dramatically improving efficiency and firm profitability. Worldox makes a paperless office achievable as all documents are stored digitally. Document security eliminates risk while productivity is increased through collaboration across the legal firm community.
Sammy Stewart has been recruited as regional general manager, based in the London office. 30 years in general and operations management with positions at IKON, Konica Minolta and Annodata has led to outstanding achievements in capital equipment sales and service. He is now in the process of developing a strategy and building sales and service teams to deliver growth.