Eclipse further expands its ‘new start-up’ client portfolio with boutique firm, Progressive Solicitors

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2 March 2017

Progressive solicitorsNew start-up firm, Progressive Solicitors, is implementing the Proclaim Practice Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society’s sole endorsed provider.

Based in Manchester, the firm was founded in late 2016 and has quickly established a clear ambition to become a leading firm across the North West. Progressive Solicitors offers services for all types of personal injury claims – from road traffic accidents (RTAs) through to slips, trips and falls – and this, combined with its dedicated team of experts is quickly cementing a reputation for excellence.

Progressive Solicitors is implementing an ‘off-the-shelf’ Proclaim Personal Injury Case Management system, providing all staff with step-by-step procedures to streamline case progression, from instruction through to conclusion. The practice will also benefit from Proclaim’s inherent flexibility, allowing staff to tailor the solution around specific areas of personal injury work taken on by the team. Furthermore, the integrated practice management and accounting toolset will form a firm-wide solution for management, enabling instant access to data and operational performance.

Additionally, Proclaim’s integration with the MoJ’s Claims Portal will significantly enhance the firm’s ability to process volume caseloads by providing 2-way access via ‘Application-to-Application’ (A2A) technology; ensuring staff can manage claims entirely through the Proclaim desktop application.

Jemma Kelleher, Director of Progressive Solicitors, comments:

“As I have previously worked with Eclipse and Proclaim, I knew when it came to starting my own firm it would be the solution of choice. As a new firm, we have extremely ambitious plans and in order for us to achieve these, we need a software provider that can scale with us as we grow and accomplish our objectives. Eclipse is more than qualified to aid in our development, and its position as the Law Society’s endorsed provider cements our confidence in the decision.”

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