Oelmann to Assist Law Firm Clients with Software Customization and Implementation

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA (October 26, 2010)….Wilson Allen, a provider of services to help large and midsize law firms maximize the benefits of technology, recently hired Bradley Oelmann as its senior director of custom solutions.

Oelmann, 48, applies over 20 years experience in software design, architecture, and development to his new position. As senior director of custom solutions, he provides oversight to a team of solution architects and technical consultants. His responsibilities include development of department strategies related to services for software products, client relationship development and maintenance, and team development.

“Brad has deep technical knowledge that enables Wilson Allen to move beyond the typical consulting relationship to enable a true partnership,” says Bruce Wilson, president of Wilson Allen. “With Brad’s support, we’re able to act as our clients’ technology advocate, supporting them throughout the software adoption life cycle to speed their ROI and reach new levels of operational efficiency and profitability.”

Prior to joining Wilson Allen, Olemann worked as a custom solutions manager with Elite, a leading provider of integrated information solutions to professional services firms worldwide. He also worked as a senior solution architect with Wilson Technology, a custom legal software provider founded by Bruce Wilson in 1987 that was acquired by Elite in 2005. Previously, he worked as a medical technologist with SmithKline Beecham Clinical Labs and served with the US Army. He resides in Jeffersonville, PA.

About Wilson Allen

Wilson Allen helps law firms maximize the benefits of technology to reach new levels of operational efficiency and profitability. The company applies deep technical expertise, hands-on software experience, and best-practice insight to enable clients to leverage their investment in practice management and business intelligence software. For information visit www.wilsonlegalsol.com.