HyperLaw are pleased to announce they have bolstered their technical resources in London prior to the New Year with the appointment of Daniel Smith as Deputy Chief Technical Officer. Daniel will be based at HyperLaw’s new Waterloo, London office, where he will head a technical team responsible for building and maintaining the HyperLaw platform. This latest appointment will enable HyperLaw to stay ahead in what is a rapidly changing legal technology market and push out feature releases at a faster rate than ever before to ensure potential and existing customers are delighted every time round.
Daniel has worked as an IT professional for more than 20 years, specifically in sectors such as insurance, banking and financial services. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and technical experience to HyperLaw and said:
“I am excited to be joining HyperLaw at this pivotal stage in the company’s growth and look forward to accelerating every aspect of product development within the cloud-based software. Throughout 2018, I expect HyperLaw to continue its incredible journey and I will be on a mission to establish it as a product leader in the legal market“
Daniel Smith, Deputy Chief Technical Officer
In Daniel’s role as Deputy Chief Technical Officer, he will work closely alongside current Chief Technical Officer, Simon Fairey, and Managing Director, Mike Washburn, to ensure the product continues to evolve at a fast rate and exceeds the needs of lawyers across the country. Simon Fairey commented on the addition of Daniel by stating:
“Daniel comes from a well-respected technical background and has gained considerable experience in turning newly formed businesses into a success. He is extremely skilled in the art of product development and is well equipped to help us significantly drive business growth and innovation even further. I look forward to working alongside Daniel and working towards meeting our near-term and long-term objectives“
Simon Fairey, Chief Technical Officer
Welcome on board Daniel from everyone at HyperLaw!