Case Study – Consilia Legal
Toshiba’s flexible printing solution allows Consilia Legal to be adaptable for the varied needs of their clients, with essential reliability for peace of mind, in a sector with critical deadlines.
Managed Print Service
Consilia Legal selects agile Toshiba Managed Print Services from Nuvem Solutions to support remote working and paper-less office environment
About Consilia Legal
Consilia Legal are not just your average solicitors. Their talented legal team is made up of some of the very best specialist solicitors in the Yorkshire region. Shortlisted for their legal services and recognised as “recommended individuals” and “next-generation lawyers”, the team is hard to beat when it comes to dynamic, creative and solution-focused solicitors.
They have a formidable reputation for pragmatic and straight-talking advice and are also well known in the region for their competitive and transparent fixed fees and charges. They specialise in Family Law, Employment Law, Family Mediation and Workplace Mediation.
Responsive to clients needs
Established in 2014 and with offices across Leeds, Harrogate and London, Consilia Legal had already began to implement a paper-less working philosophy, to be responsive to the needs of their clients. Laura Clapton, Director, Family Solicitor and Mediator, commented on the rationale, “With the team we have and the growing levels of remote working, it’s
something we decided to do in 2018 and has enabled us to be more agile as an organisation.”
As a solicitor’s firm that prides itself on working collaboratively and providing clients with the best quality service, they wanted to find a like-minded company to help deliver their goals. They chose Nuvem Solutions, experts in print and passionate about helping companies implement the most effective solutions for their document processes.
“Nuvem really took the time to appreciate the size and scope of our business, and the problems and bottle necks we were experiencing with our existing Multi-Functional Devices. They made the changeover process as simple as possible, guiding us through each stage and pre-empting the next steps.”