New alternative business structure invests in Eclipse's Proclaim solution

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11 June 2013


Autonet Law LLP, which was granted its ABS licence by the SRA in April 2013, has selected Eclipse’s Proclaim solution.

Autonet Law has been established by Autonet Insurance Services Ltd to provide a personal injury claims solution for its client base.  Formed in 1998, Autonet currently writes over £100 million GWP per annum and employs over 650 staff at its site in Stoke on Trent.

Autonet Law is implementing throughout the firm as its core Practice Management solution.  Proclaim’s integrated is included to provide seamless marketing, file opening, and ongoing adherence to SRA regulations.  In addition, Autonet Law is taking advantage of Proclaim’s (Application-to-Application) functionality to process low-value RTA (Road Traffic Accident) claims through the Government’s Portal system.

Ian Donaldson, Managing Director of Autonet, comments:

“As a newly formed practice, our primary goal was to implement an established and scalable solution that is already proven and in use by other Alternative Business Structures.  It’s of vital importance to us that all matters we handle follow our strict quality guidelines, from both a business angle and a compliance one.

Proclaim will allow us to progress claims in an effective and transparent manner, removing any duplication and non-value adding administration.  We see Proclaim as an excellent fit for our business moving forward, and see the system as an integral part of our growth strategy.”



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