Time is money, and how long it takes for your firm to complete tasks affects the bottom line. So how will Platinum software speed things up for your firm?   Read More...


From taking notes about an upcoming meeting, to storing emails, to recording details about a phone conversation, PracticeMaster Journal records are essential for managing your clients and contacts on a daily basis.   Read More...


In Version 2022, all contact information has been consolidated for all Tabs3 Software applications.   Read More...


Version 2022 has some great new features to check out!   Read More...


When it comes to managing your contacts, Tabs3 Software makes it easy to compare and combine two contacts when duplicate data entry occurs.   Read More...


We added a new way to view clients, contacts, fees, costs, payments, client funds, and write offs without having to run a report!   Read More...


Is your desk cluttered with sticky notes, miscellaneous pieces of paper, and phone messages? Clear your work area, consolidate your notes, and link them to the appropriate clients and contacts by using the PracticeMaster Journal file!   Read More...


I want to track which contacts should receive gifts and/or cards. Is there an easy way to do this?   Read More...


A coworker has additional tabs in the Contact file that show them the calendar records for that contact and which clients the contact is associated with. How can I add those tabs to my view of the Contact file?   Read More...


If you need to find data in PracticeMaster based on just a word or phrase, we have you covered! There are several ways to search in PracticeMaster to find what you need.   Read More...


In a law firm, there can be an overwhelming amount of information to manage – matter information, contact information, upcoming meetings, research, emails, and documents galore. But there is hope! PracticeMaster can help make you more organized than you’ve ever been before. PracticeMaster provides the tools you need to manage it all.   Read More...


I need to find out which contacts were involved with a specific client matter. Is there a report that provides this information?   Read More...