Eclipse video case study: driving efficiencies and business growth

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9 October 2013


James Maxey, Managing Partner at Express Solicitors, tells us how Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management software solution has enabled him to grow his practice.

About Express Solicitors

•           Personal Injury claims specialist, from RTAs through to complex negligence cases

•           The very first firm to implement Proclaim ABS PI

•           150 staff and growing…



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