Redbrick Solutions launched their Business Intelligence solution a year ago and have found it to be in high demand.
Redbrick believe a carefully considered budget is a crucial part of any firm’s financial arsenal. With most firms’ year end fast approaching now is the time to reflect on your current financial status and to start planning your budget for the next financial year.
It is important for firms to estimate how much revenue they expect to receive and plan how they are going to achieve this. The budget needs to be assessed during the year to allow for realistic goals to be made.
Redbrick Business Intelligence makes budget forecasting easier through an initial setup. It allows the firm to cater for total overheads as well as income and expenditure per month, on a 12 monthly basis, in comparison to the previous year. The ability to analyse this deep is difficult and expensive, but can be obtained through the click of a button with Business Intelligence solution.
Martin MacDuff, Managing Director at Redbrick Solutions said "We knew prior to launching Business Intelligence that there was a real need and a gap in the market for a legal accounting package that provided so much more than just a finance tool. Where Business Intelligence really sets itself apart is the high level of interrogation and reporting it can provide in a very simple and easy to understand manner – this kind of information is crucial for Managing Partners and Key Stakeholders. We are thrilled with the response Business Intelligence has received and have more exciting plans for further development this year."
Redbrick Solutions pride themselves on delivering the next generation of innovative, dynamic, intelligent and integrated legal software solutions that are designed to give law firms a competitive advantage.
Their clients range from sole practitioners to multi site firms, so they have the knowledge and experience to deliver results through their integrated solutions. All of Redbrick’s products are developed in house by a team of legal software developers in the UK.