News in of another win for Thomson Reuters Elite 3E’s Express Service Package (ESP), as this time New York City law firm Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen selects the heavily standardised practice management system to replace its legacy system.

ESP, which offers a highly standardised version of 3E configuration to be rolled out in nine to 12 months, was a key factor in Kleinberg Kaplan’s selection decision.

“We have determined that now is the time for us to harness the power of the offering for our firm,” said Andrew Chonoles, managing partner at Kleinberg Kaplan. “3E offers an extremely robust financial management capability, including workflow and collaboration, which makes it an attractive offering for us as a firm. Furthermore, the speed of implementation offered by Elite made it the right choice for our business.”

Other recent ESP wins for Elite include 80-partner leading Irish law firm Mason, Hayes & Curran, and 80-lawyer Dublin-based law firm LK Shields

On the other side of the pond, Eclipse has implemented its Proclaim PMS at Anderson Rowntree, one of the oldest law firms in West Sussex.

The six-figure deal will see Eclipse implement pre-configured Proclaim work types for all staff to provide a core centralised productivity suite. For financial management, Proclaim’s Credit Control Centre (CCC) will provide the firm with a central dashboard of key financial and payment information, including the ability to drill directly into bills, clients and matters.

Anderson Rowntree has also opted for Eclipse’s integrated compliance toolset to assist with the extensive SRA obligations, and to provide an improved risk management strategy.

John Dickerson, partner and practice director at Anderson Rowntree, said: “It is crucial that we achieve our goal of staying ahead of the competition and strengthening our enviable reputation for outstanding client service. Proclaim will be fundamental to our future success, by providing a flexible central solution, embraced by all departments and therefore guaranteeing a consistent approach to matter management.”