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Press release: New Deal is set to boost Office Productivity in Legal Sector

Kutana has acquired a major share of complementary business, Brochet, to build on the strengths of both companies and to offer even more value in support and features to clients.

Both Kutana and Brochet are established independent businesses working in the legal tech sector and founded more than 25 years ago.  Between them, they share 40% of the top 200 UK law firms as clients.

The investment by Kutana will enable collaboration in software development around creating and managing documents in Microsoft Word with a focus on future integrations with client systems and client feature requests. 

Nikki Pike, Founding Director at Brochet commented: “We are very pleased to welcome Kutana as a major investor in Brochet. We share a common commitment to simplify user experience and we believe this will secure the long-term future of the business to the benefit of both clients and staff.”

Rob Simcock, Director at Kutana says: “This is an exciting opportunity and the two businesses are a natural fit.  As an independent group, we will be able to provide more personal, extensive and customised document production support to law firms.”

“The past two years have clearly demonstrated that our clients need and want responsive technical support to help them adapt to changes in working environments.  Sharing the expertise and knowledge across our development teams means we can quickly deliver relevant products and features.”



Kutana Limited is a software development company that created Kappris which integrates with office and printer apps and becomes a part of a digital workflow. Recently adding PDF manipulation and merging of documents