360 Business Law’s subscription service provides greater flexibility and adaptability

We are pleased to be working with 360 Business Law, who are challenging the outmoded traditional legal services model, for a third consecutive year – a move which will provide greater flexibility and adaptability for both Timico and our customers.

It is common knowledge that remote working has become the new norm for many businesses. For Timico, this has meant leveraging innovative technologies to ensure our customers remain connected, productive and secure, no matter the location.

As businesses around the world with traditional office-based models scrambled to enable a remote workforce when Covid-19 caused global lockdowns in March 2020, Robert Taylor, CEO of 360 Law Group, was already ahead of the game with a remote working model that he and his team had been using for over six years.

360 Business Law has proven to be particularly advantageous for those working from home, offering a unique monthly subscription model without compromising on quality and skills or costing the earth. Through 360 Business Law, we have access to a network of over 250 legal experts with varying specialist knowledge and experience at the drop of a hat. During these unprecedented times, the subscription model is flexible and adaptable enough to not only support our customers’ new way of working but to also save time and money.

The model can easily support our complex converged managed services contracts, our growing GDPR compliance needs and our legal requirements for strategic acquisitions.

360 Business Law has previously demonstrated its value on several projects. This included a multi-million-pound secure SD-WAN contract, with over 1200 customer franchisee sites, as part of a digital transformation project. We won the contract from the incumbent and successfully delivered the project within a short timeframe and tight deadline.

Our Head of Commercial, Alex Hendry commented: “The subscription model has been ideal for the day-to-day running of our business.  Generally, when you want to use an external lawyer, you need the CFO to approve the cost of every piece of work. With the subscription service, we can rely on one external resource to support our legal needs without worrying about the costs racking up. It is great to be able to call upon the support of a highly qualified team you can trust at the drop of a hat.”


We deliver Connectivity, UC&C, Cloud & Hosting, Security and IT Managed Service Solutions to our customers, through Service Operations based in Newark, Winnersh, Telford and London.

Sep 1, 2020

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