Harrisons selects Encompass: equipping Business Recovery professionals with real-time access to critical information

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10 February 2016


Encompass 200Harrisons, one of the UK’s top business recovery and insolvency specialists, has chosen Uncover, a visual information management product from Encompass Corporation. The product is used across the practice, by professionals working in each of the firm’s seven offices across England and Wales.

“Our clients value both the quality of our advice and our responsiveness,” says Paul Walker, Managing Director at Harrisons. “As soon as we are contacted to provide advice on a matter, Uncover presents the information we need, in real-time at the press of a button. With Uncover we look further, faster.”

“We are delighted that Harrisons has chosen Uncover to investigate information sources critical to their Business Recovery services,” says Victoria Millsop, Head of Sales at Encompass. “Harrisons exemplifies the modern Business Recovery firm: informed, agile and client-centric.”

“Insolvency Practitioners System from Turnkey is accepted as standard across the industry,” added Paul Walker. “Every year, Turnkey deliver valuable new functionality in the system. The integration between IPS and Encompass Uncover is the big news this year. Transferring information critical to a case electronically from Uncover to IPS saves our teams valuable time while reducing the possibility of errors.”

For more information about Encompass, to sign up for a webinar or to arrange a one-to-one product demonstration, please visit www.encompasscorporation.com.



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