Digital dictation within Proclaim, at the click of a button

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1 November 2013


The UK’s largest independently owned legal IT provider, Eclipse Legal Systems, has announced direct integration with Winscribe, the largest suppliers of digital dictation technology.

Winscribe is among the largest suppliers of digital dictation technology in the world, with installations in 25 countries representing more than 350,000 users globally. Winscribe provides solutions for a number of industries – including legal, law enforcement, healthcare, surveying, insurance and government sectors – and has a strong customer presence in North America, Europe, Australasia and South Africa.

The new integration between Eclipse’s market-leading and Winscribe enables clients of both companies to benefit from ‘1 click’ dictation recording. Users can elect to dictate documents or memos within Eclipse’s case and practice management solutions, utilising the Winscribe toolset while retaining secure historical view of all activities within Proclaim files.

Eclipse’s business solutions director, Tracy Blencowe, comments: “The Winscribe integration is the latest in a series of Eclipse integrations with complementary and high-profile software providers, designed to streamline non-value adding administrative tasks and enhance usability for thousands of professionals.”

Winscribe client relationship manager, Joe DiCarlo, adds: “At Winscribe we pride ourselves on collaborating with market-leading technology providers. Our alliance with Eclipse Legal Systems further strengthens our goal of helping our customers to make their daily business practices easier and more efficient.”



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