Full-service London practice takes Proclaim practice management solution

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15 February 2013


Seth Lovis & Co, a law firm in the West End of London, is implementing Eclipse‘s Proclaim solution.

Based in the heart of Covent Garden and employing over 40 staff, Seth Lovis & Co provides a range of litigation and property services to both businesses and private individuals, nationwide. The practice prides itself on exceptional client service and sought to replace its existing PMS with one geared towards transparency and service delivery.

The firm is implementing throughout the practice, arming its broad range of departments with a core , underpinned by a firm-wide financial management solution. As part of the implementation, Eclipse is carrying out a conversion of data from the practice’s incumbent system. In addition, the firm is utilising Proclaim’s ‘Task Server’ tool to provide rapid on-demand client reporting and MI data.

Seth Lovis, managing partner at Seth Lovis & Co, said: “The Proclaim practice management solution will provide the firm with the transparent and consistent approach that our clients demand. By centralising all matter and financial data, we will be able to introduce new ways of delivering our services, targeting future needs by using Proclaim’s client analysis toolsets.”

Dolores Evelyn, sales director at Eclipse, said: “We are seeing a new wave of multi-disciplinary law firms approaching us for true client-centric productivity solutions. Where traditional legal software puts the ‘case’ or ‘file’ at the centre of operations, Proclaim works around the needs of the client. This shift of mindset will be critical as the legal services industry experiences new waves of competition and innovation.”



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