Results of “The Best – 2017” Survey Released
We’re excited to announce our performance in “The Best – 2017” Connecticut Law Tribune survey. Tabs3 software placed first in three categories: Time & Billing, Matter Management, and Docketing & Calendaring Software.
“The Best – 2017” is a part of the ALM Media community and recognizes which legal service providers are the best at what they do. “It measures the loyalty and satisfaction readers have with vendors,” says Wayne Curtis, Connecticut Law Tribune Publisher. “It is an opportunity for readers to speak up for those providers they believe are the best.” The Connecticut Law Tribune is read by not only the Connecticut legal market, but also thousands of readers in the New England area.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by attorneys in the New England legal community. For over 35 years, we have worked hard to develop reliable and quality software for law firms,” said Dan Berlin, President and CEO of Software Technology, LLC. “This kind of recognition from our clients means a great deal to our entire team.”
Thank you to all who voted!
Results of 2016 National Law Journal Survey Released
In the 2016 National Law Journal Survey, over 7,000 votes were cast by lawyers, paralegals, and other legal market professionals. Tabs3 Billing placed first in the Best Time & Billing Software category, with PracticeMaster placing second in the Docketing & Calendaring Software category, and third in the Matter Management Software category.
“We are thrilled to have Tabs3 and PracticeMaster recognized by the readers of National Law Journal. For over 35 years we have worked hard to develop reliable and quality software for law firms,” said Dan Berlin, President of Software Technology, Inc. “This kind of recognition from the legal community means a great deal to our entire team.”
The National Law Journal provides in-depth coverage of the issues that mean the most to private practitioners, judges, corporate lawyers, government attorneys, and other members of the legal community. They cover federal and state court litigation, U.S. Supreme Court, legislative issues, and verdicts.