Yorkshire firm Moxon & Barker selects Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management Software solution

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24 February 2016


Eclipse200Moxon & Barker, an established Yorkshire firm, is implementing the Proclaim Practice Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society’s sole endorsed provider.

The firm has ben highly regarded throughout the Yorkshire region ever since its establishment in 1881. Now based in Pontefract, Moxon & Barker specialises in several areas of law including Commercial, Probate, Conveyancing and Lasting Power of Attorney.

The firm prides itself on its ability to provide the quality of service usually associated with major regional practices, whilst retaining the personal approach of a traditional family firm.

Moxon & Barker is implementing a full Proclaim Practice Management solution in order to benefit from a comprehensive accounting and financial toolset, providing senior partners with instantaneous live access to financial data and practice operations.

This solution combined with the Proclaim Conveyancing and Probate Case Management desktop applications, means staff at Moxon & Barker will see an increase in efficiency and case progression.

To further develop its ambition of offering the highest level of service, Moxon & Barker will also be implementing Eclipse’s Task Server robot tool, eliminating a number of time consuming administrative tasks, and in turn enabling staff to focus on client relationships and providing the personalised service the firm is renowned for.

Nicola Atkin, solicitor at Moxon & Barker, comments:

“We are committed to our clients and providing the highest possible standard of service, and in order to do this, we need an advanced and inclusive practice management system.

“Eclipse’s Proclaim legal software will mean not only are we are able to continue providing this high standard of service – usually expected from major law firms – but we can do this effortlessly and without the need to increase staff numbers or hours.”



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