December 11, 2014
Thomson Reuters earns top honour at British Legal Awards
LONDON —Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, announced today that it was named ‘Supplier of the Year’ at the British Legal Awards. Hosted by Legal Week in association with The City of London Law Society, the awards celebrate achievement, excellence and innovation in the legal profession.
Thomson Reuters was selected for the impact its innovative ProView eReader platform is having on the courts and judiciary. Thomson Reuters ProViewtm, the first eReader specifically built for professional use, was developed in close collaboration with the legal profession. It has established itself as a key tool for advocacy, driving efficiency in the courtroom, improving the delivery of legal information and ultimately supporting the digital transformation of the justice system.
“It’s an honour to be named ‘Supplier of the Year’ and we’re delighted to receive such a prestigious award,” said Jan-Coos Geesink, managing director, UK & Ireland Legal business, Thomson Reuters.”We are committed to the success of our customers and to creating innovations that support the efficient functioning of the wider legal system. This award is recognition of these qualities and testament to our people, who strive to exceed customer expectations and deliver meaningful results.”
“We’re experiencing a long term shift in the way the legal profession wants to distribute and consume legal content and ProView has been instrumental in this transformation,” said Chris Hendry, head of advanced media, UK & Ireland Legal business, Thomson Reuters. “We’ll continue to partner with our customers and the wider legal market to ensure ProView remains at the forefront of a more efficient and mobile way of working.”
For a full list of winners at the British Legal Awards, go to:http://www.britishlegalawards.com/static/winners
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