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Belfast software office takes a big Leap into the cloud

By Staff Reporter

Published 15/11/2016

Peter Baverstock (left), Leap UK chief executive, at the launch of Leap NI with entrepreneur Ross Boyd
Peter Baverstock (left), Leap UK chief executive, at the launch of Leap NI with entrepreneur Ross Boyd

A legal software firm has set up a new Belfast office as part of its latest expansion. Global software firm Leap produces a cloud-based practice management system for small law firms.

Now, the Northern Ireland arm of the firm has been set up by Belfast-based entrepreneur Ross Boyd, who owns accountancy firm, RBL Ltd.

Leap UK boss Peter Baverstock said: "I've been watching the legal market here for many years; I have long believed cloud technology can help small law firms work faster, better and smarter."

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