eXpd8 in Collaboration with Microsoft Launches Thread, a new Legal Case Management Software on Sept. 18 in Microsoft’s Charlotte Campus

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DUBLIN, Ireland and CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 12, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Brett Wolfe, Microsoft to unveil eXpd8’s latest legal case management software. eXpd8, the Irish market leader in case management software, today announced its official launch of Thread in North America. Thread is a brand-new cloud-based legal case management software, built in collaboration with Microsoft which enables legal practices to free up valuable time, be more productive, increase profitability and truly digitally transform their firms.


The pure cloud software, will be unveiled at an official launch in Microsoft’s campus in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 18 at 12 noon.

Guest speakers include Dr. John Young, Honorary Consul for Ireland in North Carolina and Declan Branagan, Chairman and Founder, eXpd8.

To reserve a place at this event or other events planned in cities across North Carolina and South Carolina, details can be found here http://www.thread.legal/#events.

“80 percent of legal firms in the US currently do not have a Case Management system in place,” said Liam Mullaney, CEO, eXpd8. “Instead, they are reliant on in-house developed systems that are becoming obsolete due to changing client demands. We are very pleased and excited to launch Thread in the U.S.”

Built on the Microsoft Azure platform, Thread incorporates several Microsoft technologies including Microsoft Office 365, One Drive for Business and SharePoint. This enables Thread to provide law firms with the ability to manage their entire practice smoothly and efficiently whilst also ensuring government level security, compliance and seamless connectivity. Thread binds all the threads of a legal practice together.

Growing legal firms need a capable, customizable, yet affordable solution to automate and optimize their entire business in order to survive and thrive in today’s competitive market. Thread can help them do just that.

“Thread is truly the missing piece of Microsoft Office 365 for lawyers.” said John Cuddy, Cuddy & Co Solicitors.

Register for event (Eventbrite): https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/thread-launch-in-association-with-microsoft-tickets-37334870603

About eXpd8:
eXpd8 Ltd, founded in 2001 in Dublin, Ireland was established to provide IT solutions to the legal sector. The Founder, Declan Branagan, recognized a gap in the market to help legal firms be more productive. With a small team and a big vision, the eXpd8 legal case management software was set in motion. There are now over 2,000 users of eXpd8 software around the world and it is the Irish market leader.

About Thread:
Thread, the missing piece of Microsoft Office 365 for lawyers, is a new innovative solution that includes legal case management, time and expense management, document management, scanning and billing. Thread is the first to market with such a comprehensive solution for small to medium legal firms. http://thread.legal/

About Microsoft:
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. More information: https://www.microsoft.com/.

Thread Media Contact:
Leanne Keegan
Marketing Executive
eXpd8 Ltd.
T: +353 85 703 1822
E: [email protected]

THREAD SOCIAL MEDIA:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/threadlegal
Twitter: @Thread_Legal – http://twitter.com/Thread_Legal

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