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ProVantage Adds Client Portfolio Tool

Time and Billing CSS Inc. has introduced the latest version of its Windows NT/SQL Server-based 32-bit client billing and financial management system, ProVantage 4.0.The new edition adds a Client Portfolio feature, that allows timekeepers to management their own portfolio of client/matters. The upgrade also adds Executive Portfolio, a customizable "Data Mart" and graphical financial analysis tool, and Contacts, a contact management and marketing module.

CSS also announced that it has received a major order for the upgrade from Venable, Baetjer and Howard L.LP., a 360-attorney firm based in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore area.

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eVelocity Corp. has launched an Internet version of its ProvideIT, a two-way electronic invoice processing system that supports collaboration between in-house and outside counsel. Corporate law departments and their outside attorneys can access ProvideIT using standard Netscape and Internet Explorer Web browsers, the Portsmouth, N.H., company reports.

The program can either be installed as an on-site application, or hosted by eVelocity as an application service provider (ASP), it notes.

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Sage Enterprise Suite

Sage Software Inc. and Best Software Inc. have joined forces to launch the Sage Enterprise Suite, a portfolio of products specifically designed for organizations with $25 million to $250 million in revenues. The suite combines, under one brand, Sage's Acuity accounting and distribution applications, with the Best! Imperative line of human resources/payroll, fixed asset management, and analysis products. The Sage Group plc, acquired Best Software in February.

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Time Manager

Stromberg L.L.C. has rolled out a new "Corporate Edition" of its Stromberg Time Manager program.

The client/server labor management system is the latest addition to Stomberg's product suite, says the company. It is designed for corporations and firms with up to 1,000 employees.

Features include integration with ERP and payroll applications; and visual scheduling, the company advises.

The program offers security functions to prevent unauthorized access, says the Lake Mary, Fla., company.

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TBI Tips

TimeBillers Inc. has published its first electronic newsletter for the legal industry: TBI Legal Billing Tips.

The new monthly newsletter is available free of charge for attorneys, legal administrators and paralegals, via e-mail, says the company.

The TBI Legal Billing Tips newsletter offers tips on writing billing descriptions; time tracking; time management; bill collections and related topics, explains the company.

TimeBillers Inc. is a billing outsource service for attorneys and law firms.

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