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With more than 8500 members across Queensland, Queensland Law Society (QLS) provides support to both the legal community and the public. Its responsibilities lie in a number of areas, from the ...

With more than 8500 members across Queensland, Queensland Law Society (QLS) provides support to both the legal community and the public. Its responsibilities lie in a number of areas, from the provision of education services to the profession, regulating the profession and helping to protect the rights of individuals and advise the community about the many benefits solicitors can provide.

QLS’ old financial system was tired, with an out-dated interface that made processing difficult and inefficient. Microsoft Dynamics NAV proved an attractive solution to QLS for its ability to offer a platform that could simplify financial processes such as general ledger, accounts payable, billing and debt collecting, budgeting and reporting.

QLS now has an easy to use financial platform that brings together several different systems and areas of the business, providing far greater business insights and allowing QLS to focus on providing a top notch service and being a dynamic hub for its members.

More information: http://www.intergen.co.nz/Our-Work/queensland-law-society/

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