Eclipse’s Proclaim Case Management Software solution enhances client service at Three Graces Legal

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28 June 2016


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Aaron Pearson, director and compliance officer at Three Graces Legal

Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society’s sole endorsed legal software provider, is implementing its Proclaim Case Management Software solution at Liverpool-based law firm, Three Graces Legal.

The new start-up, established in November 2015, offers a wealth of experience in working for organisations of all sizes, as well as providing legal services for individuals.

As part of a fast-developing sector, Three Graces Legal prides itself on its ability to continuously improve its business processes, and provide clients with an exceptional standard of service, taking into account the individual needs and circumstances of each.

Eclipse is implementing its out-of-the-box Employment and Personal Injury Case Management systems at the firm, providing all staff with step-by-step procedures to streamline case progression.

Due to Proclaim’s ability to improve speed and efficiency through high levels of automation, Three Graces Legal will be able to enhance the quality of client service, whilst greatly improving the bottom line.

Furthermore, Proclaim will enable the firm to increase its productivity and cope with an expanding volume of cases, by providing fee earners with all the necessary documents – produced at the click of a button – eliminating the need for duplicate data entry and saving hours of administration time.

Aaron Pearson, director at Three Graces Legal, comments:

“We needed our core technology to be as efficient as possible, which is why we chose Eclipse’s Proclaim Case Management solution. Essentially, it will streamline a huge number of our administrative tasks and allow us to build upon our already established reputation of excellence.

“Eclipse is more than qualified to scale with us as we grow and develop, and its position as the Law Society’s sole endorsed provider only cements our confidence in the decision.”



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