Culls’ solution and service portfolio enables us to cater for the full document management lifecycle. Whether the need is an in-house document management solution, an outsourced scanning service or even a feature rich cloud based EDRM solution, Cull can deliver. We work with you to understand your business needs and budgetary constraints to arrive at a bespoke solution.
The Customer Jackson Lees
Sector Legal Firm
Document Type Matter Files
Volumes 8,000,000 pieces of historical paperwork. Over 100,000 pages converted each month
Jackson Lees are a progressive legal practice in the North West serving clients both locally and nationally. Jackson Lees advise private and business clients providing a full range of services including Accident and personal injury, clinical negligence, family law, wills, trusts and estates amongst others. For the commercial sector, they advise on a full spectrum of issues including Commercial Litigation and Commercial Property, as well as Employment Law, Business Services and Corporate.
Like most Law firms, Jackson Lees deal with a huge volume of paperwork. As the burden of storing records grey, they established a central off site location to store all documents ensuring they were meeting with stringent legal requirements. As government and SRA requirements have evolved it means that documents need to be kept for long periods and sometimes indefinitely. The Principals realised that the total volume of files stored with constantly increase and taking extra storage space was not an option.
The solution was simple. Jackson Lees needed a solution that could store all of their documents electronically as well as the capability of converting them. Combining FileDirector Document Management software with the Cull bureau service has enabled Jackson Lees to free a huge amount of space, increase business efficiency and dramatically improve business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities.
We have now disposed of our central storage unit, and we can find everything we need at the click of a button. This allows us to work more efficiently and has save a considerable amount of space.
Ian MacGregor, Managing Principal, Jackson Lees