Des Hudson, chairman of Veyo, said that after an initial period of about a month, a much larger group of 1,800 firms which expressed an interest in the system would be able to join.
Mr Hudson said a group of seven pioneer law firms had already been trialling the system and providing feedback. He said Veyo was powerful enough to cope with up to 2,000 firms signing up in the first 100 days after the launch. The Law Society and Mastek are reported to have spent £11m developing the system to date.
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