No January blues for Eclipse Legal Systems

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28 February 2014


Eclipse announces 14 new contract wins & gains Investors in People status

The UK’s largest independently owned legal IT provider, Eclipse, has announced a bumper ‘new business’ month for January 2014. The same period has also seen Eclipse win Investors in People accreditation.

A total of 14 organisations invested in in the month of January.  The organisations range from established high-street practices through to boutique new startups and commercial operations.  Among the wins were:

  • Specialist consulting law firm, Citadel Law – utilising a hosted Proclaim Case Management Solution.
  • With major supermarkets and international organisations as clients, Debt Collection Services UK – installing a Proclaim Debt Recovery Solution.
  • Award winning Medical Reporters, Photofile Ltd – taking a hosted Proclaim Medico Legal Software Solution.
  • Nationwide personal injury specialists, Garvins Solicitors – implementing a Proclaim Personal Injury Case Management Solution firm -wide complete with direct integration to the Ministry of Justice’s Claims Portals.

Craig Budsworth, Partner at Garvins and also Chairman of MASS (Motor Accident Solicitors Society) comments:

“Having the right case management software means that we will be able to extend our service level, and the whole customer experience, ahead of our already very high standards. This is imperative if firms are to thrive in the new legal landscape.”

 



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