Eclipse secures deal to implement Proclaim Case Management Software at leading firm, Kain Knight

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8 March 2016


Matthew Kain, managing director of Kain Knight

Eclipse Legal Systems, the UK’s leading legal software provider, today announced the implementation of its Law Society Endorsed Proclaim Case Management Software solution at Kain Knight, the UK’s largest firm of costs lawyers.

As the longest established independent firm of costs lawyers, Kain Knight boasts a strong track record and an enviable reputation for providing services that span the entire spectrum of costs litigation issues. With an extensive client base, the firm’s expert team provide a meticulous and focused approach to facilitate swift resolution.

Kain Knight will be implementing a ready-to-go Proclaim Case Management Software solution to provide fee earners with a comprehensive desktop application that will automate a number of aspects within the business, resulting in enhanced turnaround times for clients.

Furthermore, Proclaim’s capability to manage electronic file transfer will enable the practice to offer a seamless Proclaim-to-Proclaim file transfer service to its solicitor clients who are also Proclaim users, resulting in reduced settlement times and quicker case progression.

Matthew Kain, managing director at Kain Knight, comments:

“As the UK’s leading costs drafting firm, we require a case management solution that can handle complex costs disputes across a range of practice areas. Proclaim will be critical to our future success thanks to its inherent flexibility, enabling us to scale the system as and when we need to, whilst maintaining tight control of our financials and aiding us in continuing to provide the exceptional client service we are renowned for.”


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