Conveyancing ABS chooses Proclaim

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2 August 2013


Rachel Khan, Head of Operations at Move with Us

DC Law, part of heavyweight property services group ‘Move with Us’, is implementing Eclipse‘s Proclaim Practice Management Software solution.  DC Law provides a full range of conveyancing services for an expanding, nationwide clientbase.  The firm was among the first tranche of organisations to be licensed as an Alternative Business Structure, back in 2012.

Proclaim is being implemented as DC Law’s core Practice Management solution as part of its preparation for high growth.  Proclaim Conveyancing will be rolled out to all users, with the integrated Proclaim Accounts solution providing firm-wide financial management.  As part of the implementation, Eclipse is carrying out a migration of data from the incumbent financial system.

As an integral part of the core Proclaim solution, DC Law will also be taking the Proclaim Lead Management and Compliance toolsets to provide seamless marketing, file opening, and ongoing adherence to CLC (Council for Licensed Conveyancers) regulations.

Rachel Khan, Head of Operations at Move with Us, comments:

“Our selection process was intensive – for us it was vital for the chosen system to provide the maximum possible ‘streamlining’, and also the best possible ‘client experience’.  This aligns with the Move with Us drive to “deliver Property, properly”.  Our goal is provide a beacon conveyancing practice which we can use to develop the whole Move with Us conveyancing panel nationally.

“Proclaim will provide us with the full range of management and service tools.  What stood out to us, in comparison to other solutions in the market, was the feel that Proclaim is a dynamic, living system.  Configuration options are endless, whether that be the creation of bespoke operational reporting, integration with third-party solutions, or the provision of customer-friendly marketing touchpoints.”



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