James Parker announced as CEO of PracticeEvolve Australia and New Zealand
Former CEO David Boland has been appointed Global CEO and will be relocating to Ireland.
PracticeEvolve is very pleased to announce the appointment of James Parker to the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately.
Mr. Parker has over ten years of experience in legal technology market and most previously served as Head of Merger and Acquisitions for InfoTrack. Prior to that, he has Managed teams in finance, sales, consulting, product management, software development, customer services and PMO.
Mr. Parker commented, “I am excited to be joining PracticeEvolve and look forward to driving the development and execution of our corporate strategy going forward.”
Former CEO David Boland has been appointed Global CEO and will be relocating to Ireland. He will devote his time to supporting and engaging closely with customers, with a focus on continuing to build PracticeEvolve as a globally competitive software. Mr Boland has served as CEO of PracticeEvolve since 2009 and is the founder of the business.
“We are very pleased to have James onboard and look forward to leveraging his expertise and track record in steering PracticeEvolve forward. James is a highly motivated leader with a huge amount of experience. James and I will be working closely and are committed to maintaining the highest levels of customer service,” said Mr Boland.
The appointment comes after PracticeEvolve joined the ATI group in August earlier this year. ATI is recognised as one of the world’s leading legal technology providers and includes companies such as Leap and InfoTrack, with PracticeEvolve fitting perfectly into their mid-tier law firm strategy. Mr. Boland is confident the endorsement of ATI and the appointment of Mr Parker will allow PracticeEvolve to continue to develop as a globally competitive product.
PracticeEvolve is a legal practice management solution developed to streamline business processes, manage documents and accounting needs for legal practices.
The software is in use by global enterprises with several thousand users; with firms regularly storing repositories of documents numbering in the millions. It can be readily extended to adapt to changing requirements and can be deployed quickly to suit practices needs.