Rekoop is maintaining its winning streak amongst the top tier, albeit on a different continent this time. It has signed Nigeria’s leading commercial law firm, Aluko & Oyebode, which has been Tier 1 rated in the IFLR1000 international rankings for the past five years. Aluko & Oyebode is rolling out Rekoop to 70 fee earners across three offices, integrating with LexisNexis’s PCLaw PMS.
The deployment will comprise Rekoop Desktop, the primary time recording interface; Rekoop Digital Footprint, which monitors activity in the background and helps construct timesheets automatically; and Rekoop for mobile, enabling the seamless recording of time on the move across any device. The implementation will also feature the new Analyse tab, via which the firm can instantly share real-time performance data and time/cost intelligence.
Aluko & Oyebode’s Dr. Simeon Obidairo says it was a straightforward choice when it came to supplier: “We were looking for an intuitive, adaptive tool that would cope with a range of user behaviours and simplify comprehensive record-keeping; a system that was easy to manage; and a solution that would drive a clear, accurate and real-time understanding of activity. Rekoop was a superb fit in all respects, but particularly as regards its analytical capabilities. We can now look forward to the timely monitoring of performance, but beyond that a keener focus on profitability and more informed decision-making across the firm.”
Phil Wedgwood, Rekoop’s CEO, comments: “We’ve seen a growing trend in the UK for moving to dedicated time recording systems and it’s interesting to see that the same drivers and dynamics are in play in other territories. Aluko & Oyebode’s rationale for change chimes with what we’ve seen at home in recent months – as does its decision on system choice. Rekoop is very much a global solution, with sites across four continents, and this latest win confirms both our software quality and, just as importantly, our delivery capability.”
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