piCalculator within Proclaim – Eclipse’s latest integration simplifies damages calculation

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19 June 2015

Eclipse200Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society Endorsed legal software provider, has announced the integration of Proclaim Case Management with the award-winning piCalculator from Rebmark Legal Solutions.

piCalculator is a powerful software tool that makes it easy for personal injury and clinical negligence lawyers to build a court-ready schedule of loss. Users can enter their client’s past and future losses and piCalculator will work out the interest and multiplier calculations, eliminating the need for reference materials and calculators. All losses can be instantly updated if key information changes ensuring that the schedule is always accurate. piCalculator prepares a complete tailored court-ready schedule, incorporating multiple loss headings and narrative sections. Eclipse’s integration with piCalculator means the schedule can be saved directly into Proclaim, ready for filing with court if required.

The integration allows users to effortlessly create a schedule from Proclaim at the click of a button, taking them directly to piCalculator’s advanced browser-based schedule builder. On completing their work, users can transfer the schedule back into Proclaim, again with a single click– making the process easier and quicker.

Tracy Blencowe, business solutions director at Eclipse Legal Systems, comments:

“The integration with piCalculator is the latest in a series of Eclipse integrations with a number of high-profile software providers, and will simplify the process of calculating damages within Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence. We are constantly looking to strengthen our goal of streamlining administrative tasks and enabling our clients to increase the efficiency of their daily business practices – our integration with piCalculator does exactly that.”

Mark Hewitt, winner at the recent Claims Innovation Awards for ‘Outstanding Innovator’, and Managing Director at Rebmark Legal Solutions says:

“piCalculator was developed to make preparing a schedule of loss as easy as possible and this integration with Proclaim makes the process even more straightforward.  Our powerful schedule building software can be accessed seamlessly through Proclaim and because data is shared it removes the need for duplication of effort.  As the only Law Society endorsed Case Management System, Proclaim was the obvious choice for our first integration project.”

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