Eclipse Compact transforms efficiency at Anything Legal

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20 September 2017


Anything Legal, a legal services support business, is implementing the new Compact solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the sole Law Society Endorsed legal software provider.

Anything Legal provides the legal profession with a comprehensive range of streamlined and cost-effective services, from medico-legal reports and expert witnesses, through to litigation funding and interpreters. Established to increase profitability for those in the legal sector, Anything Legal serves to reduce administration time in securing third party services, and as such has developed an exceptional reputation for delivery.

Prior to implementing Compact, the incumbent software solution at Anything Legal was outdated and unsupported. Due to the continuous growth in new clients, the firm decided to implement Eclipse’s Compact system, an easy-to-use case management suite aimed specifically at boutique businesses.

Rolling out a medico-legal module, Anything Legal will utilise Compact’s built-in workflow to carry out a number of routine steps at the click of a mouse, enabling the firm to benefit from elements of high level automation throughout the entire medical reporting process, and save hours of manual administrative duties.

Further, Compact will transform the firm’s overall efficiency – and as a result increase turnover – by managing all cases with speed, reliability and accuracy, and allowing the team at Anything Legal to concentrate solely on providing the highest quality client service.

Ben Gardner, Director of Anything Legal, comments:

“We’d been researching the market for some time and hadn’t found a system that could effectively manage our caseload volume without requiring bespoke work or excessive costs. Compact suits our needs perfectly, offering a simple-to-use case management system and market-leading toolsets to effectively streamline case progression and enhance client service – and without prohibitive setup costs!”



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