SkillView Technologies Inc., of Plaistow, N.H., has launched SkillView.com, an application services provider Web site that allows companies to use its skills database and management programs without installing software or hardware. With its "best fit" feature, and other assessment tools, firms can determine whether recruits and consultants meet the requirements of a given job.
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Support Services Group says it can help firms with its Supplemental Workforce Management Program, which helps improve quality control. The company also offers conversion management and litigation support programs. SSG has offices in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and London.
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TimeOff tracks the time that employees are not at work, by category, and automatically calculates and updates the number of benefit hours employees earn. From Mycroft Computing, based in Baltimore.
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UltiPro 4.0 is an integrated HRMS/payroll system delivered through IBM Global Services' application hosting services, or via in-house systems. It offers Web-based workforce analytical metrics, says the Weston, Fla., company.
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Legal Forms: KwikForms.com Inc., of Palm Beach, Fla., is beta testing its new application service provider venue, KwikForms.com. It offers free legal forms, many of which can be completed online, and then stored or printed. The forms are indexed by state or federal jurisdictions and legal specialty.
Areas will include bankruptcy, corporate organization, debt instruments, real estate, trusts and estates, and more, says KwikForms.
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Mainstay, of Camarillo, Calif., says its OmiEdit.com site is offering a free application service to edit Web pages anytime, anywhere, using only a Web browser.
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AbacusLaw Version 13 is now available in two editions, professional and advanced, reports Abacus Data Systems Inc., of San Diego.
The Professional Edition allows users to synchronize with Palm OS handheld devices, as well as between home and office computers, says the company. The software is networkable, and offers control of cases, contacts, calendars, dockets, ticklers, documents and conflicts, says Abacus.
The Advanced Edition includes links to Timeslips and PC LawJr., both time-and-billing programs; and to HotDocs for advanced document assembly, explains Abacus.
It also includes workgroup scheduling and user-defined customization that allows users to add fields and customize database screens, reports and more, it says. The advanced edition also enables synchronization, including synchronization over the Internet, says Abacus.
Version 13 also includes a timer that is accessible from the status bar, and e-mail and Internet commands, allowing users to run existing e-mail/Internet programs from from AbacusLaw. Other new features include automatic ZIP and area codes, and an integrated spell-checker. The system works with Windows 95/98/NT.
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