Thomson Elite calls its new large-firm accounting and practice management software, Elite 3E, the first system of its kind to run on the Microsoft .NET platform, which can provide secure data hosting and enable customization of software modules -- allowing, theoretically, for optimal collaboration and workflow oversight. The system is meant to streamline business operations and cut costs. But some law firm sources question how easy and cost-effective it will be for existing Elite users to upgrade to 3E.
Thomson Elite Pushes Practice Management Product on .NET
April 12, 2006
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