Eclipse unveils latest version of Proclaim

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6 November 2014


Market-leading legal software solutions provider, Eclipse Legal Systems, has announced the latest iteration of its .

Proclaim is used in over 700 organisations by 20,000 individuals, for an increasingly broad range of requirements including case, matter, practice and process management.  This latest Proclaim iteration – v3.3.1 of the solution – will be provided free of charge to all Eclipse clients, under the firm’s standard maintenance agreements.  New clients will also benefit from the solution, be it as a new implementation or as a seamless transition from the current Proclaim version.

Proclaim v3.3.1 carries a brand new look and feel – sporting ‘flat design’ to provide an enhanced user experience.  Users will benefit from even clearer signposting of ‘next actions’, in addition to a cleaner working space and even the choice of a range of colour schemes.  The feature-rich nature of Proclaim has been further enhanced, with new functionalities including:

  • ‘Infinite additions’; enabling system designers to easily create additional data fields ‘on the fly’, resulting in rapid bespoke screen building across the Proclaim desktop
  • Multi-user access; empowering legal teams to work on the same matter at the same time
  • ‘Paragraphs’; a document building tool that provides fee earners with the option to pick context sensitive paragraphs from a pre-defined library of text, when creating bespoke or complicated documents (for example, commercial contracts)
  • Enhanced desktop billing; including the ability to electronically draft bills, all within a user-friendly and intuitive ‘bills guide’ interface

Steve Ough, chief software architect at Eclipse, comments:

“This latest version of Proclaim represents a significant step forward in our product roadmap, providing the kind of fluidity and accessibility that our clients – and the market in general – has come to expect from Eclipse.”

 



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