Leading litigation and commercial practice, Kingslegal, has signed a six-figure deal for a bespoke implementation of Eclipse Legal Systems’ Proclaim Case Management software solution.
Kingslegal, with offices in Cardiff and Solent, works for national insurers in defending claims for the insurance industry and mortgage providers. A member of the Insurance Fraud Investigators Group, Kingslegal acts for clients such as Axa, Co-operative Insurance Society, MSI, Zurich and GMAC-RFC.
The firm approached a range of leading IT providers, seeking a new firm-wide practice management solution. Following an in-depth review, Kingslegal selected Eclipse’s Proclaim software system for an initial rollout to 130 staff. The firm’s Director of Technical Services, Lorraine Smith, comments:
“Increased competition in our market means that we must consistently reassess our procedures and the IT systems that underpin them. In winning new business and maintaining the impeccable service levels that we have become known for, we must possess systems that reduce administrative burden, streamline offerings, and satisfy our clients that they are dealing with the best law firm for their needs.
“Eclipse’s Proclaim solution impressed us in several fields – most notable were the ease in which system appearance and workflow can be tailored, the scalability in terms of managing work volumes, and the resilience of the underlying structure.”
The six-figure deal will see a bespoke Proclaim Case Management system rolled out to the initial 130 users. Kingslegal is also replacing its existing financial software, and has opted for Eclipse’s integrated Proclaim Accounts system to complete the full ‘Practice Management’ swapout.
Eclipse Sales Director, Russell Thomson, adds:
“The signing of a heavyweight firm like Kingslegal adds another great name to our client portfolio, and further strengthens Proclaim’s growing reputation in the upper tiers of legal practice. We look forward to working with Kingslegal in providing the optimum solution for both the firm’s current needs and its future growth ambitions.”