Tollers select Eclipse Proclaim for 130-user Norwel swapout
Full service law firm, Tollers Solicitors LLP, is implementing Eclipse’s Proclaim Practice Management Software solution in a firm-wide rollout.
Northampton-based Tollers employs 130 staff (including 20 partners) and recently undertook a review of its service streams and the underpinning technologies, with a view to creating sustainable competitive advantage in the post-ABS legal sector. Following an evaluation of several systems, Tollers made the decision to invest in Eclipse’s Proclaim solution.
Proclaim is being rolled out for all staff as the firm’s core Practice and Matter Management solution. Ready-to-go casetypes for conveyancing, employment, matrimonial, probate and personal injury work are being implemented, in addition to solutions catering for corporate and commercial service areas. Following a conversion of data from the existing Tollers accounting software, the firm will also be taking Proclaim’s new Credit Control Centre solution.
To provide a seamless environment for both new business enquiries and online communications, Tollers is implementing the Proclaim Lead Management system alongside both SecureDocs and FileView Interactive. SecureDocs will enable the practice to securely receive document confirmations and signoffs, while FileView Interactive will provide 2-way access to live matter information for clients and business partners.
Duncan Nicholson, Managing Partner at Tollers, comments on the selection: “At Tollers we have always taken a proactive approach to technology and the systems that our professionals utilise. With the legal services sector undergoing huge change, it has never been more important to underpin our operations with the very best solution. Proclaim really stood out to us as providing a complete, central solution that will empower us with the tools to provide an outstanding service offering.”
COMMENT: The Insider 200 chart reveals Tollers previously ran Norwel for PMS and case management systems. We understand the Eclipse deal was worth £200,000.