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Wicker, Smith Chooses RainMaker

Blue Bell, Pa.'s RainMaker Software Inc. has announced that Wicker, Smith, O'Hara, McCoy, Graham & Ford, P.A., of Miami, has selected its RainMaker Gold financial management software for the firm's new time-and-billing system.

The software is designed for mid- to large firms, and is built on Microsoft Corp.'s SQL Server 2000 technology, it reports. Lisa Dasher, the firm's controller, cited the software's ability to support imaging of expense receipts as a factor in the decision.

Reader Response no. 355.

Enfish Professional for Workgroups has been purchased by Pillsbury Winthrop L.L.P., as part of its Relationship Manager client relationship management system.

Enfish helps lawyers display relevant relationship management data, says Enfish Corp., of Pasadena.

Reader Response no. 356.

Response Networks Inc., of North Andover, Mass., has announced that its ResponseCenter 3.0 serive level management system has been selected by New York City-based Aspire.net Managed Systems Inc.

Aspire delivers applications and technology services to law firms and legal departments.

The ResponseCenter helps administrators monitor internal applications, it says.

Reader Response no. 357.

Springfield, Ill.'s Legal Files Software Inc. has signed up four Connecticut legal services organizations for its case management software. They include Connecticut Legal Services, Statewide Legal Services, Greater Hartford Legal Assistance, and New Haven Legal Assistance. They all provide assistance in civil matters to low-income clients.

Reader Response no. 358.

Solution 6 Group has signed the first contract for PYA InfoSolution Inc.'s Practice Intelligence software, they report. CMS Open software will integrate the Practice Intelligence reporting program, they say.

Additionally, the companies report, Kelly, Drye & Warren L.L.P, based in New York, has selected the Practice Intelligence software.

Reader Response no. 359.

Chicago's Hubbard One has launched a Web site for Katten Muchin Zavis Roseman, powered by its H4 software.

Reader Response no. 360.

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