Monday, July 13, 2015
Need Help Finding Case Management Software
The software landscape that started with Time Matters and then grew to include Amicus Attorney and AbacusLaw now has dozens of choices, and the list is growing every day. Where to go for information?
Capterra.com has a great index/reviews, frequently updated, of practice management software.
The ABA maintains a handy reference chart
Software Insider also has a review site, although it is not as comprehensive as the others.
Please visit hardinglaw.com for more information about Harding & Associates Family Law
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