PRLog - April 17, 2012 - DENVER -- Denver-based Synaptec Software, Inc. will be showcasing LawBase case and matter management software at the Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar being held in Las Vegas on April 19 and 20.
“LawBase is the most capable software solution for addressing the complex needs of firms that handle both mass torts and class actions. Not only is it a great deal more customizable than its competitors, but it offers a high level of functionality that greatly increases firm productivity and reduces the strain of repetitive but necessary tasks,” says Synaptec President Philip Homburger, who will be attending the seminar. “LawBase includes not only powerful document generation software, but also a wide array of workflow capabilities. It is easily adapted to fit the processes of each individual firm, ensuring that LawBase will be the best solution for each firm today and far into the future.”
This is the second time that Synaptec Software has exhibited LawBase at a Mass Torts Made Perfect seminar. The seminars, organized by Mass Torts Made Perfect, draw a wide variety of attorneys from across the country.
About Synaptec Software, Inc.
Based in Denver, Colorado, Synaptec Software, Inc. is the developer of the LawBase case and matter management software package. A veteran company in the software field, Synaptec has more than 30 years of experience in developing the most adaptable, intuitive case and matter management product on the market today. LawBase is currently being used by thousands of users in law firms, Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and government agencies. LawBase can be installed on premises or hosted remotely.
“Legal software that thinks the way that you do.”
For more information about LawBase, call 800-569-3377 or visit www.lawbase.com
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LawBase is a computerized Case and Matter Management System designed to increase the productivity and profitability of your office. LawBase is currently being used by thousands of law office personnel across the country as well as governmental agencies.