Ambitious London firm Prince Evans implements firm-wide Proclaim solution

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5 October 2010


Expanding west London practice Prince Evans has selected the Proclaim software solution from Legal Futures Associate Eclipse for a firm-wide rollout.

Prince Evans provides a broad portfolio of legal services for business and private clients, and has a strong reputation in specialised work areas including social housing, company/commercial, commercial and residential conveyancing, litigation and personal injury.

The Proclaim Case and Matter Management solution will be rolled out in three phases, replacing a number of existing systems to improve efficiency and enable more consistent processes throughout. The goal is for Prince Evans to build upon an already superb reputation for service delivery for its wide range of clients.

Proclaim Accounts is also being implemented to provide a fully integrated, single practice management desktop for 50 users. As part of the project, Eclipse is migrating the firm’s complete financial data from the incumbent accounting system.

Lee Davis, finance director and head of IT at the firm, said: “Prince Evans offers a wide range of legal services and looks after some extremely high-value clients. It’s essential that our staff have the best desktop tools to work with and we strongly believe that there are great advantages gained if those tools are consistent across all departments, enabling us to efficiently manage all file types.

“Proclaim provides a great fit for this wide requirement. We were thoroughly impressed at the strength of integration and capability across case management, matter management, and core financial and billing.”

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