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MP's and case management software.

Re: MP's and case management software.

Postby 3.14 » Thu Jun 29, 2017 12:54 pm

atticus wrote:That would certainly be unacceptable for law firms, accountants, and no doubt other professionals. No doubt the OP can explain the situation with this particular software.
completely unacceptable for me and that is why I don't use those systems. I use manual systems which we delete at periodic intervals.
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Re: MP's and case management software.

Postby Hairyloon » Sun Mar 18, 2018 8:17 pm

diy wrote:You still haven't said, if you concerns are with the prioritisation of cases (e.g. secret algorithms, like a search engine) or the content and security of the information stored?

Sorry, re-visiting this thread, I realise I never answered that question. The data protection issue had not occurred to me, I had been observing what appeared to be exceptionally poor case management on the part of my MP, and I was moved to look at the software they were using: I got the impression that they were more concerned with marketing and looking good than software development and functionality.
I have since come to the conclusion that the bulk of the problem exists between the chair and keyboard.
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