Eclipse releases first seamlessly integrated secure delivery tool in legal market

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5 October 2011


The UK’s leading case management software provider, Eclipse Legal Systems, has released a unique secure document delivery and acceptance tool.

Fully integrated with Eclipse’s Proclaim software, SecureDocs is embedded within the system to provide a seamless online solution.

SecureDocs utilises Proclaim’s e-mail messaging function to allow recipients to securely view appropriate documents. Only intended recipients can view documents, as only they will have the prerequisite log-in details. Even if the wrong recipient is e-mailed accidentally, they can do nothing with that e-mail as they have no access to the documents it points to.

As well as ensuring accurate delivery, SecureDocs enables recipients to action documents. This can automatically trigger context-dependent ‘next actions’ within Proclaim Case Management for fee-earners, efficiently progressing cases onwards.

SecureDocs is available for any organisation transmitting confidential, sensitive or personal information.

Steve Ough, founder and chief software architect at Eclipse, said: “SecureDocs is unique in the legal services sector, being the only secure document delivery and acceptance tool to be fully embedded within a case management system. By using SecureDocs, firms can completely remove the risk of sending sensitive information to the wrong person, or inadvertently releasing documents into the wild to be intercepted by malicious users.”



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