Zeus Tech Solutions has expanded its portfolio of legal tech services to include the provision of a next-generation, cloud-based practice management system. The Liverpool-based firm has been announced as an official partner of US-owned Actionstep and will support the global Software as a Service business in delivering its innovative product to the UK’s legal sector.

Leveraging technology to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of companies – across a broad spectrum of sectors – is a role familiar to Zeus’ specialist team of developers, according to managing director Stephen Lucas.

“Our relationship with Actionstep is rooted in shared strategic synergies and is a partnership I am confident will benefit both businesses and, more importantly, those entrusting in our services,” he said. “Over the past five years we have built a reputation for tailoring technology to suit clients’ needs, rather than simply championing the adoption of technology for technology’s sake. Actionstep builds on this ethos; it delivers powerful automation and can be customised to fully integrate with existing policies and processes.”

Of the announcement, Oliver Tromp – Actionstep’s UK regional director – said: “We chose to partner with Zeus because of their deep technical expertise as well as their commitment to innovation, efficiency and automation, which ultimately results in better margins and better client service.

“Their focus is closely aligned with ours at Actionstep. We see a bright future of working together to help law firms embrace the future of cloud-based technology and seamless client experience.”

Commending the partnership with Zeus, which already supports several prominent law, health and insurance firms and has a sizeable international footprint, Christian McLaughlin – VP, Global Partnerships at Actionstep – concluded: “We’re extremely excited to partner with them. As we look to grow and expand in the UK, we’re relying on strong partnerships to bring the best experience to our customers and Zeus and Actionstep is a perfect pairing.”