Gotelee Solicitors selects Proclaim Case Management to benefit from immediate process enhancements

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13 October 2015


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Alistair Lang, CEO at Gotelee

Full-service Suffolk law firm, Gotelee Solicitors, is implementing the Law Society Endorsed Proclaim Case Management solution from Eclipse Legal Systems.

The leading firm offers a full range of legal services and has a reputation for its professional work and its personal approach with a broad range of clients, from individuals and families to companies and local authorities.

Gotelee will be implementing ready-to-go Proclaim Conveyancing and Personal Injury Case Management systems enabling both departments to experience immediate process enhancements.

Furthermore, the firm will benefit from Eclipse’s exhaustive list of ready-to-go integrations with a variety of complementary third party providers.

Gotelee will take advantage of Proclaim’s integration with the Land Registry Business Gateway (LRBG) to allow the Conveyancing team seamless access to the Gateway directly from the Proclaim desktop, as well as enhancing the risk control element by using Proclaim’s integration with the online service, Lawyer Checker.

In addition, the Personal Injury team will have access to the MoJ’s RTA and EL/PL Claims portal via a seamless Application-to-Application (A2A) method, enabling staff to manage claims entirely through the Proclaim desktop.

Alistair Lang, chief executive officer at Gotelee, comments:

“Having researched the legal software market for some time, we came to the solid conclusion that Proclaim was the best placed solution, enabling us to take full advantage of new process and efficiency gains. Additionally, the sheer scope of Proclaim integrations will ensure we consistently provide a high quality and transparent service for our clients.”



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