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Omega Launches TimeCapture Duo

Omega Launches TimeCapture Duo Omega Legal Systems, Inc. introduced its TimeCapture product line, two new modules for its namesake financial and practice management system.

* Remote TimeCapture helps users record time without a network connection, and later transmit the information over a network or via Internet posting.

* Personal TimeCapture helps users record time on handheld devices that use the Palm operating system.

Information: Reader Response no. 234.

Elite ERG

Elite Information Group Inc. has announced the release of its Elite Enterprise Global Release accounting suite, designed for professional services firms that offer multi-national operations.

It incorporates multi-currency, multi-company and multi- language functionalities, as well as new tax and purchase ledger/accounts payable features. The program addresses the complex and diverse issues faced by international organizations, and is available on a variety of platforms, including client server (traditional and Internet-based); and hosted application service provider (ASP).

Information: Reader Response no. 235. has debuted its training course for WebView 3.0 First Edition, the latest version of Elite Information System Inc.'s time-keeping and pre-billing software.

The self-paced, online course explains WebView, using "click-through" examples of typical usage.

Information: Reader Response no. 236.

Palm Time

Solution 6 Holdings Ltd. has introduced Palm Time, a free-form time-entry application for its time-and-billing product, CMS OPEN. Palm Time allows details such as date, client/matter/project, action, phase/task, activity, location, hours, and narrative to be recorded, while disconnected from the CMS OPEN database. The application is compatible with Palm OS 3.1 and 3.5.

Information: Reader Response no. 237.

Invoice! 2000

BLS software introduced the third version of its Windows accounting software for small firms and business.

Invoice! 2000 tracks customers, invoices, purchase orders, and inventory. Users can add information "on the fly" while creating new invoices. It can process discounts on orders; preview and print, fax, or e-mail invoices; and print addresses onto envelopes or labels.

Information: Reader Response no. 238.

Account Express

Felitec Inc. has released Account Express 2.0, personal finance management software for Windows. It tracks and reconciles transactions for credit cards, savings, checking accounts, and lines of credit. It helps budget preparation, with the creation of user-defined income and expense categories.

Information: Reader Response no. 239.

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