Proclaim in Canada – Litwiniuk and Company implements Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management Software solution

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8 July 2016


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Fredric J.R. Litwiniuk, Director of Business Development and Marketing

Eclipse Legal Systems, the sole Law Society Endorsed legal software provider, is implementing its Proclaim Practice Management Software solution at Canadian law firm, Litwiniuk and Company.

Founded in 1976, Litwiniuk and Company is a family-run practice that adheres to a simple set of principles – service, trust and hard work. Since its inception, the firm has predominantly focused on Personal Injury law, enabling its lawyers to develop a vast amount of experience and finely honed negotiation skills.

Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management Software came highly recommended to Litwiniuk and Company via previous Proclaim users, who now work for the firm. The 6-figure deal will see Eclipse conduct a full data migration from the firm’s incumbent system, and implement an out-of-the-box Personal Injury Case Management Software solution practice-wide. Staff will benefit from streamlined and automated processes, with a clear and user-friendly interface that will eliminate duplicate data entry and ultimately enable them to focus purely on client service.

The Proclaim practice management and accounting toolset will provide a fully integrated system, providing senior management with a robust reporting facility and access to live financial data and operational performance.

Additionally, in a drive to further enhance the firm’s service offering, Eclipse’s self-service client portal, TouchPoint, will be implemented to provide a transparent and flexible interactive experience, whilst FileView will enable staff to securely display important case information to its clients via the firm’s website.

Fredric J.R. Litwiniuk, Director of Business Development and Marketing at Litwiniuk and Company, comments:

“We’d heard of Proclaim through word of mouth, and after extensive research, we realised Eclipse was the only legal software provider on the market that could provide us with the centralised and integrated practice management solution that we required.

“After a thorough demonstration of Proclaim and its core functionality, we saw the system as a breath of fresh air in comparison to our previous solution. The simple user interface and the vast opportunities for automation mean we can greatly enhance our productivity firm-wide, meeting our clients’ needs with exceptional skill and efficiency.”

 



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