Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society Endorsed provider of legal software solutions, has announced its plans for integration with Veyo, the soon-to-launch comprehensive conveyancing portal.
Eclipse’s conveyancing clients include the full range of practitioners from new start-ups through to high-street practices and volume conveyancing firms. Eclipse’s Proclaim Conveyancing Case Management Solution provides an end-to-end approach and is widely regarded to be the most ‘integration friendly’ system in the marketplace. Veyo, the joint venture between The Law Society and Mastek (UK) Ltd, a global IT Solutions company, will bring together electronically all the processes, checks and documentation prepared and undertaken by solicitors and licensed conveyancers in the sale and purchase of residential properties. By integrating with Veyo, Eclipse’s clients will benefit from features such as the chain view and deal room, sharing information seamlessly between the Proclaim Case Management Solution and Veyo’s system – removing the need for duplication and increasing transparency.
Darren Gower, Marketing Director at Eclipse, comments: “We at Eclipse pride ourselves on enabling our clients to be at the cutting edge of their business sectors. By giving our conveyancing clients the option to integrate with Veyo, we are providing the flexibility and increased communication channels that the increasingly competitive property market requires. Our clients will have the ability to utilise their best-of-breed Proclaim Conveyancing Case Management Solution within the new collaborative ‘chain’ environment of the Veyo portal.”
Desmond Hudson, Chairman of Veyo, comments “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Eclipse. We have always recognised the importance of integration with reputable case management systems that are widely used across the full spectrum of legal practices. By partnering with Mastek UK, we have developed a truly agile portal that can integrate seamlessly with a myriad of systems.”
COMMENT: The Insider has learned that a second Law Society endorsed provider will shortly be announced (they recurrently finalising the contract) however it will not be a legal IT supplier.