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PROCLAIM Private Label Software is released for accountants and CPAs who need an assisted claims processing service to retain their tax clients and grow their revenues

Painless, turnkey software designed especially for CPAs who do not currently file BP Claims, or are filing claims and need a more cost effective method, or are currently losing tax clients to other CPAs who do these BP claims

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. and PANAMA CITY, Fla. and NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE, Ala. and HOUSTON and MONTGOMERY, Ala. and JACKSON, Miss., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- "The largest obstacle preventing many accounting firms from preparing these BP Claims is a lack of experience in this process.  Many small to mid-size CPAs feel that they should not file these claims because they do not know how to file them, or they have ethical concerns. The Deepwater Horizon Settlement agreement has removed any moral issues regarding BP awards, the agreement clearly outlines qualified claimants and has designated the money to pay them. Our software clearly identifies those eligible to file and makes the filing process easy," stated Jeff Gneiser, Vice President of Marketing for ProClaim.


The ProClaim Software suite and services will allow a CPA or accounting firm to retain their book of tax and corporate accounts by allowing them to file their BP Claims before someone else does.   Our software solution allows CPAs to continue doing EXACTLY the same job they have done for so many years: The consulting of clients, preparation of tax returns are the only two functions required to use ProClaim Software.  Our software and services team does it all for you, so you can focus on servicing your clients.

"The cliffhanger of our offering is that we enable CPAs to easily file claims, allowing them to make on average an extra $3500 per qualified client this year in an ethical fashion;  While getting their clients a substantial amount of unexpected money, and increasing their bottom line.  Our system is simple.  We can quickly estimate their clients' eligibility for individuals and businesses in minutes based on their book of accounts without taking any personal or confidential information. Our software is only for accountants and no one else," stated Jeff Gneiser, Vice President of Marketing for ProClaim.

Time-saving, Revenue-producing Features of ProClaim:

- BP ProClaim with the OilClaim Calculator is the leading BP oil claim filing software solution. It is a complete claim lifecycle management system that accurately, efficiently, completely prepares and files a claim with the DWHS Settlement program and also ensures that the claim amount is maximized in favor of the claimant.

- BP ProClaim with the OilClaim Calculator has helped claimants settle millions of dollars of claims and many of its users have clients that have already received their settlement checks. It has already been used to file over $100,000,000 in claims with the DWHS.

- BP ProClaim has resulted in payments being made to claimants in as little as 3 weeks from the Deepwater Horizon Settlement Authority from the time the claim was filed to the time the claimant was paid. 

- BP ProClaim offers two versions: the Assisted Claims Processing Version of ProClaim for accounting firms that do not do the claims, do not have the time, or are at the entry level and need assistance; and the Professional Version of the software that is for accounting firms that are at an expert level and have the time to prepare the claims themselves and want a turnkey solution that allows them access to submit claims on the Deepwater Horizon Online Portal for the fastest claims processing time. 

About ProClaim

Proclaim is a company that has assisted accounting and preparation firms in receiving over 100 Million Dollars in payments from the Deepwater Horizon Settlement Authority.  BP ProClaim software is a software and services powerhouse in the BP Claims world, and integrates both BP Rainmaker software, and the OilClaim Calculator software that was invented by IT Strategies Group.  BP Rainmaker is a document management and claims software solution built to assist clients who solicit claims, prepare documents, file and follow up with claims with the Deep Water Horizon settlement program.   The OilClaim Calculator is the only cloud-based, fully automated solution for calculating BP claims according to the strict guidelines and methodologies of the 1033 page Deepwater Horizon Settlement Agreement.  ProClaim licenses both software solutions from their authors and offers a fully integrated software solution backed by their team of accounting and claims services that have processed over 300 Million Dollars in BP claims to date for their clients.

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