Mansfield and Chaston offers a seamless client journey with Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management Software solution

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16 June 2016


Eclipse200Eclipse Legal Systems has today announced the implementation of its Law Society Endorsed Proclaim Practice Management Software solution at Kent-based law firm, Mansfield and Chaston.

The practice provides a personal and affordable service, offering legal assistance across a range of areas, from Personal Injury to Probate and Commercial law.

The firm understands the costs involved in legal services and therefore strives to keep its overheads low by offering a fixed fee service to maximise accessibility for clients.

Eclipse has implemented its ready-to-go Personal Injury Proclaim software within Mansfield & Chaston’s core integrated Proclaim Practice Management solution, serving to improve efficiency and transparency whilst providing staff with a range of tools to enhance the overall client journey.

Furthermore, the integrated practice management and accounting toolset will form an entirely centralised desktop application and provide firm-wide financial management.

In addition, Mansfield and Chaston will take advantage of Proclaim’s A2A (Application-to-Application) functionality to process RTA (Road Traffic Accident) and EL/PL (Employer Liability/Public Liability) claims seamlessly through the Government’s Portal system without having to leave Proclaim.

John Duncombe, director at Mansfield and Chaston, comments:

“Client care is our highest priority so our core Practice Management system needed to be as efficient as possible to enable us to maximise our potential. It was clear to us that Eclipse offered the best solution in the legal software market and utilising Proclaim will enable us to provide a seamless client journey and build upon our existing reputation of excellence.”

 



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