Mullis & Peake LLP implements Eclipse Proclaim

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23 September 2014

Sims: With the legal services sector becoming increasingly competitive, it is essential for us to stay ahead of the game

Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management solution selected in six-figure deal

Leading Essex law firm, Mullis & Peake LLP, has implemented the Solution from Eclipse Legal Systems.

Established in Romford, Essex, over 100 years ago Mullis & Peake LLP has grown into one of the area’s largest and most respected law firms employing over 50 staff. Providing a full range of legal services to both private and corporate clients, the firm boasts an enviable reputation for high quality legal advice at cost effective rates. To further strengthen this position, Mullis & Peake LLP is implementing the Proclaim Practice Management Solution firm-wide for all users.

The Proclaim Solution will be utilised across all work areas including commercial, property, elderly client, family, court of protection and employment. The personal injury team will adopt Proclaim’s direct integration with the RTA (Road Traffic Accident) Portal.

As an integral part of the core Proclaim solution, Mullis & Peake LLP will also be taking the and Compliance toolsets to provide seamless marketing, file opening, and ongoing adherence to SRA regulations. Prior to implementation of the , Eclipse will conduct a data conversion from the firm’s incumbent financial management system. Mullis & Peake LLP is also to benefit from seamless digital dictation functionality courtesy of Proclaim’s BigHand integration tool.

Nick Sims, IT Manager at Mullis & Peake LLP, comments:

“With the legal services sector becoming increasingly competitive, it is essential for us to stay ahead of the game and cement our proud reputation for superb client service by investing in technology. Proclaim, with its array of integrated client-centric toolsets, is the perfect platform for us to achieve this.”


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