Magic March for Eclipse

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12 April 2013


The UK’s largest independently owned legal IT provider, Eclipse, has announced a record ‘new business’ month for March 2013.

A total of 14 organisations invested in Eclipse’s Proclaim Case and Practice Management solutions, ranging from established high-street practices through to boutique new startups and commercial operations.  Among the wins were:

  • Global aviation specialist TES Aviation – the company manages an aircraft portfolio valued in excess of $3bn and will be utilising a Proclaim In-House Legal solution
  • A leading north-west practice (currently under an NDA) investing a six-figure sum in a full Proclaim Practice Management solution in multi-disciplinary work areas
  • CBT Clinics, a cognitive behavioural therapy provider, offering niche rehabilitation services for solicitors and insurers.  CBT will be using a Proclaim Medico/Rehab system
  • Young conveyancing practice Garnett Wilson, implementing Proclaim Conveyancing to manage an increasing property transaction caseload
  • Costs negotiator County Costs, implementing a Proclaim Costs Drafting solution in readiness for an upswing in business following legislative changes to personal injury law

Eclipse’s sales director, Dolores Evelyn, comments: “We’re seeing huge levels of activity right across the market and from firms of all shapes and sizes. There is a real demand at present from firms that need robust and customer-centric solutions to manage both competitive pressures and legislative hurdles.”



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