Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Come and see our Worldox Demo at the BLTF!



Worldox is a comprehensive, practical and sensible document management solution making the paperless office a reality. Document collaboration is much more fluid and information is more easily shared while document security and version control are not compromised.

We will be exhibiting Worldox at the British Legal Technology Forum in London on 8th march and If you are attending this event we would like to invite you to come along to us at Stand B19 and see a demo of this software.


Worldox painlessly profiles information making it accessible exactly when and where it is needed and the options for profiling and organising documents are virtually infinite. Employees now follow simplified workflows using enforced rules ensuring that previously lost yet crucial now consistently appear when required.
  • All documents are stored digitally and firms can integrate all file access through a single interface. Document Management is centralised and completely controlled.
  • Firms can respond rapidly to deal with customer issues and handle new business opportunities.
  • Risk is reduced as document security is improved.
Come and see what Worldox can do for your business! 

Friday, February 5, 2016

In Support of Darcy Ward fundraising


For those of you who have not heard of Darcy Ward, he was a bright young Australian speedway star for some years, riding for Poole Pirates speedway team and hotly tipped as a future world champion.


Sadly, however while racing in Poland in August 2015 he crashed and sustained life-changing spinal injuries, cutting short his sporting career. After initial treatment and care in Poland, Darcy returned to England for further treatment and rehabilitation, and then to his native Australia for ongoing treatment, where he has so far managed to regain some use of his arms.

There have been fundraising events for Darcy all over the speedway world often using his racing jacket number #43 and his main sponsor 'Monster' has contributed to his hospital bills.

While he was racing in England his home was in Sturminster Marshall, Dorset with Neil Middleditch, who has been Poole Speedway Team Manager for many years and a long term friend of our Director Phil Ford. Neil has organised numerous fund raising events and the most recent was in January at Bailey House. Copyrite were one of the main sponsors of the event. There was a charity auction held as part of the evening including some of Darcy's speedway kit, which raised over £1700; and the fundraising for the whole event so far totals in excess of £4000 (updated 15.2.16)

Contributions can be made online via http://www.chrisholder23.com/darcy-ward/