Ascertus appoints new Technical Consultant

Ascertus Limited, a provider of document and information lifecycle management solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments, has appointed Ashley Allen as Technical Consultant to support solution implementations for the company's customer base.

With an in-depth knowledge of the IT industry, Ashley is helping clients across the solution implementation process, from project scoping and requirements gathering through to custom functionality development.  

Ashley is already familiar with a number of solutions that Ascertus offers, including iManage Work and HotDocs, among others. He has managed several large and complex iManage projects in the finance, legal and media sectors; working closely with consultancy, development and support teams to deliver solutions. Prior to Ascertus, he held positions at Phoenix Business Systems, Sweet & Maxwell, and Discovery Communications Europe, to name a few.

Roy Russell, CEO of Ascertus Limited said, "we are both a solution provider and technology advisor to our customer base, and so strong technical expertise underlies our offering. Our customer base is growing as is the portfolio of solutions that we offer. Ashley has extensive experience in taking projects from initiation through to successful completion. He is playing a significant role in the technical team to ensure that the solutions delivered to customers are right for them. He has both technical depth and breadth, which is a valuable competence."     

Ashley Allen, Technical Consultant at Ascertus Limited added, "I'm delighted to be here. Due to the nature of projects and the customer base, the work we do is rich and professionally rewarding. Ascertus is also a great place to work – there is great camaraderie and a sense of common purpose and pride in delivering good quality work to customers."

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