Our brand new scheme rewards active members of the Osprey community with credits to be redeemed for professional services
The more you use Osprey, the more you get out of it. That’s why we’ve introduced our new credit scheme.
By completing training, attending roadshows and taking part in the Osprey community you’ll earn credits on your account card.
Redeem your credits for a range of professional services and enhance your use of the Osprey ecosystem.
|Interactive webinar attendance Coming soon||£100|
|Completing online course (must complete quiz)||£220|
|Completing advanced online course (must complete quiz)||£550|
|Providing assistance to our marketing team||£150 to £550|
Your tailored training programme can be delivered at your office or at Pracctice HQ in Malvern.
Bespoke workflows for your organisation will save you countless hours of time.
For advice on complex or more bespoke usage of Osprey, this consultancy can be provided at your office or at Pracctice HQ in Malvern.
Reap the rewards of having all of your business data in one place. We can assist in the import of information into Osprey, for example, Oaths, Deeds, CRM data and more.
Utilise Osprey’s powerful reporting functions with custom reports for more complex number crunching. Use these to support the effective management of your firm.
We posted account cards to customers throughout December. If you have any questions about earning and redeeming credits, get in touch with us!
Terms and Conditions
Credits must be used within the extant term of a contract, cannot be converted into cashback or cash discount equivalent for license fee services. Credits cannot be redeemed against travel expenses for Onsite attendances. Credits cannot be redeemed against Licence Fees or Bespoke Development work or any other services not listed above. Credits cannot be transferred from firm to firm. Credits must be used with in term of current agreement. Credits not used in term of current agreement will be cancelled. Pracctice Limited reserves the right to vary, amend or withdraw the incentive scheme at their discretion.