11th August 2018 | Lieutenancy News

Opus2 International, receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation

Opus2 International, based at Esher, is the first company in the legal technology sector to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation. The Award was made to the company’s CEO and founder, Graham Smith-Bernal, at an informal presentation in August, attended by staff and directors. Opus 2 provides a range of software and services for use throughout the litigation and arbitration lifecycle and the company employs 130 staff worldwide. The catalyst for much of its growth to date has been the patented, cloud-based Magnum platform, which streamlines legal proceedings and facilitates secure collaboration throughout litigation and arbitration matters. Photographed at the presentation were: Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet Corporal Chloe Myers; Mrs Sarah More-Molyneux; the Lord-Lieutenant; and CEO Graham Smith-Bernal, who said: “We are very grateful to be recognised for the innovation we have brought to the legal market and the value our technology delivers to lawyers around the globe on a daily basis.” 


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