Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management System supports new start-up, Virtus Law Ltd

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18 November 2015


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Rossanna Schurink, director and founder of Virtus Law Ltd.

New start-up firm, Virtus Law Ltd, is implementing the Law Society Endorsed Proclaim Practice Management solution from Eclipse Legal Systems.

The new Manchester-based firm has been founded by Director Rossanna Schurink and will be primarily focusing on Personal Injury. Having worked in a number of large national firms, Rossanna decided to set up Virtus Law Ltd to provide clients with expert advice and guidance through a process which can often be traumatic.

This ambitious new start-up plans to expand in the future, continuing to offer a personal touch that can often be lost in larger practices.

Virtus Law Ltd will be implementing a ready-to-go Proclaim Personal Injury solution enabling a secure and instantaneous approach to matter management.

Proclaim’s integrated practice accounting and financial management toolset will provide a seamless approach to billing and overall practice management, supplying a detailed analysis of operations.

Additionally, the practice will take advantage of Proclaim’s integration with the MoJ’s RTA and EL/PL Claims portal via a seamless Application-to-Application (A2A) method, enabling comprehensive management of claims through the Proclaim desktop.

Furthermore, as a solution to the ‘know your customer’ problem, Virtus Law Ltd will benefit from the integration between Eclipse and CRIF, the ID/AML checking service.

Ideal for a busy new start-up practice, the ID checking service will allow Virtus Law Ltd to request ‘one-click’ ID and AML checks directly from the Proclaim desktop, with search results returned directly to the relevant client files.

Rossanna Schurink, director and founder of Virtus Law Ltd, comments:

“As a new start-up business, it was imperative that I implemented the correct Practice Management solution to help me reduce as many administrative overheads as possible, and therefore focus solely on my clients. Proclaim stood out due to its unrivalled reputation and experience within the market, providing me with the confidence to know the software is entirely futureproof.”



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