Wilkin Chapman LLP selects Encompass Verify

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6 October 2016


Encompass 200Leading law firm Wilkin Chapman LLP has selected Encompass Verify for law to support their recovery investigations.

Wilkin Chapman LLP, ranked as the number one debt recovery provider in the East Midlands, is one of the largest law firms in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire.  They will use Encompass’ product to increase efficiency when researching cases for clients.

Paul Bowden, business development solicitor from Wilkin Chapman said “As a law firm we offer a one stop shop for recovery and insolvency.  Our unique ‘resolution’ service begins with identification research, and Encompass Verify enables us to research and discover information relevant to asset realisation and, most importantly, communicate complex situations to clients in an easily understood visual chart.”

Wayne Johnson, from Encompass, said “This is an exciting period of growth for Encompass, and we are delighted that Wilkin Chapman is the latest company to have chosen Encompass Verify.  By efficiently discovering assets, Wilkin Chapman can focus their attention on providing high quality recovery services to their clients and returning dividends to creditors”.

For more information about Encompass, to sign up for a webinar or to arrange a one-to-one product demonstration, please visit www.encompasscorporation.com.



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