Derry City Council chooses Proclaim

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13 September 2013


The UK’s leading Case Management Software provider, Eclipse Legal Systems, has announced its latest UK Public Sector win.

Derry City Council (one of the largest district councils in Northern Ireland) is implementing Eclipse’s solution for its team.  Eclipse will deliver a bespoke solution to cater for property management, as well as providing flexibility for a range of multi-disciplinary matter types.

As part of the project, Eclipse is also delivering a data export routine – using Proclaim’s integrated import / export toolset.  The export will enable Derry City Council to seamlessly extract data for use in the authority’s existing Health & Safety system.

In addition, the Council will benefit from Proclaim’s ‘MIWH’ (Management Information Warehouse) solution, enabling scheduled Proclaim reports to be amalgamated with external data of Derry’s choosing.

Dolores Evelyn, Sales Director at Eclipse Legal Systems, comments:

“Proclaim’s appeal as an all-round business solution is exceptionally strong.  We can proudly boast the broadest range of clients of any UK legal software vendor – private practice, , FTSE companies, insurers, Government bodies, charities, medical organisations and more.

“Proclaim’s appeal lies in its ease of use and its inherent flexibility.  Business challenges – be they competitive, legislative, or otherwise – are a constant for all organisations.  But those organisations using Proclaim can be confident that the system can be easily shaped and moulded to suit any fast-moving and dynamic operational environment.”



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