Cosine solutions hires US director of sales and launches in the UK

Cosine solutions has hired former Litify executive account executive, John Rowley as US-based director of sales and business development, as it also launches a presence in the United Kingdom. 

Cosine, which provides complementary modules for the Thomson Reuters Elite 3E platform, hired Rowley following 50% year-on-year growth despite the pandemic, according to managing director Lucas Garlepp. 

Before Litify, Rowley, who is based in Philadelphia, was director of corporate sales at Onit, and prior to that, global customer success account manager at Elevate.  

He joins as cosine solutions also launches in the UK, hiring Bristol-based application consultant Jamie Furby. Furby joined in April this year from outside the legal sector, but during 2013 and 2015 worked at DLA Piper as IT finance and commercial analyst. 

Cosine effectively fills the gaps in 3E and has expanded its product set to include matter planning; expenses and AP invoices; billing and collections. Speaking to Legal IT Insider, Garlepp said: “In terms of our strategy, technically, we’re building to fill the gaps in 3E but by this time next year we’ll have a full lawyer experience.” 

To find out more and hear from three of cosine solutions clients, join our webinar tomorrow – to register, click here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8016314656015/WN_zGrSIVHCSN6fhp8FTwtq1A 

We will be hearing from: 

Zahra Sheik-Rezai – Director of IT Applications at BCF Law in Montreal, Canada; 

Charles Collins – Director of IT at Ward and Smith in North Carolina, US;  

Trevor Reade – Senior Commercial Manager at Mills & Reeve, Cambridge; 

UK John Rowley – Director of Sales at cosine solutions; and 

Lucas Garlepp, Managing Director of cosine solutions. 

To find out more about the webinar, click here: https://www.legaltechnology.com/2021/10/04/webinar-improving-your-operational-efficiency-with-cosine-solutions-2/ 

 

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