Eclipse Legal Systems selected as an Approved G-Cloud supplier

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14 June 2017

Eclipse Legal Systems

Darren Gower, Marketing Director, Eclipse Legal Systems

Eclipse Legal Systems, the sole Law Society Endorsed legal software provider, today announced it has been approved as a supplier on the latest version of the Crown Commercial Services’ (CCS) procurement framework, G-Cloud 9.

G-Cloud 9 is a Government initiative targeted at easing procurement for public sector organisations and departments across the UK, enabling them to seamlessly search for businesses that offer infrastructure, software and cloud services, via a secure online store, the Digital Marketplace.

As an approved supplier, Eclipse now has the opportunity to promote its Proclaim Case Management Software solutions within the Digital Marketplace, directly to organisations within the public sector, facilitating a more streamlined procurement process.

Eclipse’s Marketing Director, Darren Gower, comments:

“We are thrilled to have been selected as an approved supplier, and to be supporting the Government’s initiative to further drive online services via its Digital Marketplace.

“This opportunity will not only serve to enhance Proclaim’s reputation as the market-leading software solution of its type, but will also provide public sector bodies with more immediate access to an unequalled set of efficiency and productivity tools.”

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