Centenary Solicitors chooses Proclaim Practice Management Solution

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9 April 2015


Matthew Waterfield - Centenary Solicitors

Matthew Waterfield, Centenary Solicitors

Leading south-east law firm, Centenary Solicitors, has implemented a hosted version of the Law Society Endorsed Proclaim Practice Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems.

Centenary Solicitors operates from three offices in Greater London, Surrey and Kent. The firm provides a full range of legal services to both private and commercial clients, with a major strength in winning compensation for victims of personal injury – Centenary Solicitors handles matters of the highest complexity, including brain damage and paraplegia.

The firm has rolled out the Proclaim Case Management Software solution throughout the personal injury team, ensuring a consistent approach to each case. As part of the implementation Centenary Solicitors has also adopted Proclaim’s A2A (Application-to-Application) functionality to process low-value RTA (road traffic accident) claims through the government’s portal system.

To provide instant desktop access to key financial management data, Centenary Solicitors is also utilising the Proclaim Practice Management solution with integrated productivity reporting toolsets.

Matthew Waterfield, senior partner at Centenary Solicitors, comments:

“We chose Proclaim for two core reasons; it’s the only solution to be endorsed by the Law Society and the system’s inherent flexibility was so impressive. Proclaim will allow us to tailor our clients’ journey perfectly, enabling us to achieve our goal of building successful long lasting client relationships. Proclaim’s range of inbuilt process streamlining tools will save us significant time on each case, freeing up resources to further strengthen our core ethos of providing an open, friendly and understanding service.”

 



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