Client Management Software

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Client Management Software Articles

  • Attorneys' Court Form Problems Solved

    With local, state and Federal courts across the United States increasingly relying on electronic versions of court forms for filings, attorneys and paralegals have found re-entering data onto these forms has cost their firms hundreds of labor hours, with a high risk of mistakes from mistyping or using wrong information. Abacus Data Systems has solved these problems with the "auto-fill court forms" feature built in to AbacusLaw 2008.

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  • Norton Rose Streamlines Financial Processes with ADERANT Imaging Solution

    ADERANT a global provider of business and financial management software for professional services organisations, today announced that Norton Rose has selected to deploy ADERANT Expert QuickImage across their 20 offices worldwide.

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  • Thomson Acquires Baker Robbins

    The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) today announced the acquisition of Baker Robbins & Company, the leading provider of technology and information management consulting to law firms and law departments. The acquisition of Baker Robbins provides a powerful complement to the Thomson portfolio of legal consulting services, and will be aligned with the company's Consulting Services group.

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  • LawyerMarketing.com Launches Revamped Web Site

    To help lawyers and law firms find the resources they need to successfully market themselves and find new clients, Thomson FindLaw has revamped LawyerMarketing.com, the most comprehensive source of information and resources for online law firm marketing.

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  • New Client Services Offerings From Thomson Elite Maximize Product Value

    Thomson Elite, part of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) and a worldwide provider of business software to professional services firms, now offers a set of specialized services to help its customers maximize the benefits of their Thomson Elite product investments. New client services include Database Analysis, Business Process Review, Conflicts Process Review, Motion Lite workshops, E-Conflicts implementation and Global Discovery.

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  • Gavel & Gown Software Inc. Launches Two New Products

    Gavel & Gown Software Inc. announced today the launch of two new software packages that dramatically enhance the scope of their legal software product line. Amicus Accounting, announced last year, has now been released for sale - and Amicus Small Firm debuts as a software package focused on solo practitioners and small firms.

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  • Open Text Gives Law Firms a Better View of Their Legal and Business Worlds

    Open Text (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), a global leader in enterprise content management (ECM), today announced a revolutionary new solution that gives law firm attorneys and staff easily customizable, comprehensive views of client and matter information from within their already familiar Microsoft Outlook interface or other Microsoft applications.

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  • Is Identity Fraud Decreasing?

    It seems that we constantly are hearing horror stories about the perils of rampant identity fraud. A recent survey report seeks to set the record straight, however, with findings that identity fraud in the United States is actually dropping.

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  • Open Text Announces Office Business Application for Customer Information Management

    Open Text(TM) Corp. (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), the largest independent provider of enterprise content management (ECM) software and solutions, today announced an Office Business Application (OBA) for accessing and managing customer information.

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  • Pretexting: Your Personal Information Revealed

    When you think of your own personal assets, chances are your home, car, and savings and investments come to mind. But what about your Social Security number (SSN), telephone records and your bank and credit card account numbers? To people known as "pretexters," that information is a personal asset, too.

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