So here goes, not only is this the first blog that I have written for Cashroom, but it is the first time I have attempted one in general. Last week, I started my new journey as Sales and Business Development Manager working alongside experts in the industry who will no doubt provide me with the knowledge, tools, and resources that I need to make this a success.

Since leaving college, my background has always been working in the Legal sector to some capacity. I have worked in both Legal Cashiering and Customer Relationship facing roles with a large legal sector PMS. Each of those had their own individual challenges that I won’t dwell on today, but each have developed me as a person and allowed me to get to this position.

I initially spent 3 and a half years at Cashroom from 2016 to 2019, working in the operational side of things. My responsibilities varied and my tasks were quite different as I progressed. One minute I was helping a client onboard our services, the next I was completing day to day cashiering services for multiple law firms across the country. My subsequent role was with a large PMS provider. I spent time visiting law firms to provide training on case management systems and reviewed processes to find out what they could do to improve efficiency. As you can imagine, every day was different, and I learned some valuable lessons and met some wonderful people.

When I was offered the position of Sales and Business Development Manager at Cashroom, for me, it was a no brainer.

The perfect opportunity for me to take the skills that I have learnt over the past 6 years and put them into practice, spreading the word so that we can help law firms manage what can be a very difficult aspect of their business, allowing fee earners to record more billable time. A win-win for both parties if you ask me.

I can’t lie, it is quite surreal being back where I first started.

Seeing the changes that have been implemented, and for the better. When I first started at Cashroom, the England office was fairly small with around 15 staff members. Fast forward to today and we have over 100 staff members, all working remotely with the best equipment in place. We service over 250 clients across England, Wales and Scotland. The Cashroom is a great company with ambition, which I love and am very happy to be a part of it again.

It would be great to discuss how we can help moving your business forward this year. If you want to find out more about how Cashroom operates and if it would be something that you would like to explore, give me a call or drop me a message!

Danny Jones