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November 1999
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Deanna Pagliaccio, of Buffalo, N.Y.'s Gielowski & Federice, asks: Please help! We are a five attorney firm looking for a new accounting program. We are using Quickbooks, however, we ran out of room. (Quickbooks only holds 14,500 matters.)

We defend insurance companies against Workers' Compensation claims, and our clients are billed on a flat fee. We handle thousands of claims, which typically last several years.

We need a software program that can support an unlimited number of matters; that can keep track of what each attorney is billing every month; and has a linked checking account.

We love Quickbooks. Is there anything similar to it out there but with unlimited potential? What do other similarly-situated firms use?

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