Estate Administration technology company Exizent earns top ranking in the Chambers NewLaw 2024 Guide

Exizent, the innovative Glasgow-based technology firm transforming the bereavement process by connecting the data, services, and networks of people involved, has been recognised once again for its exceptional capabilities and listed by Chambers in its 2024 NewLaw Guide.

Chambers and Partners, the leading independent professional legal research company providing ranking on over 80,000 lawyers across 200 jurisdictions, has today announced its 2024 legal ranking. Exizent has been rated as ‘Band One’, the highest banding offered, after a thorough assessment process conducted by Chambers, including interviews with many current Exizent legal services platform users.

NewLaw is Chambers’ new guide to legal tech, outsourcing and alternative legal service providers. This new guide replaces the old LawTech guide and includes all the categories formerly in Chambers ALSP and Chambers LawTech guides, as well as new research into Legal Transformation Consulting. The team of Research Analysts spoke to clients/referees to obtain a view of the legal market’s perception and experiences when working with a submitting firm, allowing rankings to be based on both Chambers’ own market intelligence and client input.

The Exizent cloud-based software helps legal and tax professionals in the UK to manage the probate /executry process including the capture of key data, the production of Court and Inheritance Tax forms and the creation of Estate Accounts. It helps legal and tax professionals deliver better services to those left behind when someone dies. Simon Christian, Global Research Director at Chambers said:

“Exizent has been ranked in Chambers for a second year, cementing its status as a leading LegalTech platform. A ranking in Chambers NewLaw is the gold standard for innovative legal technology platforms like Exizent, based on independent feedback from hundreds of in-house and private practice lawyers and clients.”

Aleks Tomczyk, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Exizent commented:

“This ranking from Chambers shows that Exizent has stood out in the most rigorous, independent and in-depth research process of any legal directory on the market. We are thrilled to be ranked as Band One product in the NewLaw guide, a new category introduced by Chambers & Partners this year.”

Paige Donnithorne, Implementations and Customer Success Manager at Exizent added:

“Our goal is to provide an outstanding product that satisfies our users’ needs. To achieve this, we put in a lot of effort to continuously gather input from our users and integrate their suggestions into our product development. The approval and positive feedback from our current users highlight the commitment and dedication of our team and the credit for this achievement goes to all of our team at Exizent.”

If you would like to learn more about how we can help you and your team transform the way you deliver estate administration services and improve the bereavement experience for everyone involved, contact us today.

Read the full press release here.

This article was submitted to be published by Exizent as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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