Exizent, the Glasgow-based technology firm transforming the bereavement process by connecting the data, services, and networks of people involved, has been listed by Chambers in its 2023 LawTech Guide. Exizent have been rated ‘Band One’, the highest banding offered, after a rigorous assessment process conducted by Chambers including interviews with many current Exizent legal services platform users.
The Chambers LawTech Guide is a key yardstick in the rapidly-moving legal technology sector, and provides a snapshot of the leading technology developers and vendors, as well as the foremost LawTech Consultants across the ten categories Chambers researched this year.
The Exizent software helps legal professionals manage the probate process including the capture of key data, the production of court and inheritance tax forms, and creation of estate accounts – all at the click of a button. It helps legal professionals deliver better services to those left behind when someone dies.
Simon Christian, Research Director at Chambers said:
“As a UK-wide legaltech business, providing a modern technology solution which enables legal professionals to work better, Exizent is exactly the kind of organisation that deserves a ranking in the LawTech Guide 2023. It is great that our research provided the evidence to have them ranked as one of the top legaltech suppliers.”
Aleks Tomczyk, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Exizent added:
“Becoming ranked on Chambers LawTech Guide 2023 is great news, validating our product and our customers’ views of its ability to help legal professionals. We are delighted to be ranked a Band 1 product, in what is our first year being assessed.
Our ultimate aim is to become an integral part of the bereavement landscape to the benefit of all. Whilst we are pleased to have achieved so much already, we have lots more we want to do including connecting legal services firms to the ‘FinTech’ side of our platform.”
Laura McFarlane, Product Owner and Head of Customer Success at Exizent added:
“We work hard to actively seek feedback from our users and incorporate that into our product development process. The fact that our current users endorsed our software and acknowledge it’s positive impact on their work processes is a testament to the dedicated efforts of our team here at Exizent. We strive to deliver an exceptional product that meets the needs of our users, and this recognition is solely attributed to those who are willing to embrace innovation in order to offer an enhanced service to their clients.”
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.