eBillingHub Now Integrated with Tabs3 to Extend Value to Wider Range of Legal Firms
Tabs3 Platinum SQL Users Can Significantly Improve Electronic Billing Process with Innovative Web-based Billing Application
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 05, 2012 – eBillingHub today announced it has integrated its technology with the award-winning software solution Tabs3 Platinum SQL to automate and streamline the electronic billing process for its legal services clients. By partnering with another industry-leading time and billing provider, eBillingHub continues to deliver on its strategy to become the de-facto standard application for centralized e-billing.
“By collaborating with eBillingHub we make Tabs3 even more useful for our clients,” said Dan Berlin, president of Software Technology, Inc. “This integration makes it easy for Tabs3 Platinum SQL clients to work with eBillingHub to efficiently and effectively manage their electronic billing processes.”
Software Technology, Inc., provider of Tabs3, has been successfully assisting law firms with their billing needs for more than 30 years. By incorporating eBillingHub with Tabs3 Platinum SQL Time and Billing system, Software Technology Inc. provides clients with full access to eBillingHub’s comprehensive capabilities in preparing, tracking, submitting and managing e-billing; ultimately speeding cash flow while slashing cost and time.
“Our integration with Tabs3 helps in achieving our mission to become a universal resource to all legal firms, regardless of the type of billing system they use or legal spend management system selected by their clients,” said Carlos Seoane, general manager of eBillingHub. “We are excited to partner with Software Technology, Inc. in order to bring the benefits of simplifying the e-billing process to their clients.”
eBillingHub is a centralized Web-based application that improves billing accuracy and increases client satisfaction by speeding the revenue lifecycle, minimizing submission errors and reducing time-consuming manual steps that can slow down the billing process in law firms. eBillingHub's software as a service (SaaS) implementation deploys quickly and easily, without the cost, overhead, maintenance, or hardware requirements of conventional software solutions.
For more information on Tabs3, visit tabs3.com. For more information on eBillingHub, visit ebillinghub.com.
About Software Technology, Inc.
Software Technology, Inc., the maker of Tabs3 Billing Software and PracticeMaster Practice Management Software, has been at the forefront of developing software for law firms for over thirty years. STI is a Gold Certified Partner in the Microsoft Partner Program. Tabs3 is one of the most widely used legal specific time and billing products in the United States and has been an industry leader since its introduction in 1979. Tabs3 is designed to seamlessly integrate with PracticeMaster, a leader in practice management software. Among its many features, PracticeMaster provides an easy way for firms to create a firm-wide calendar, search for conflicts of interest, and organize case and contact information. For more information, call (402) 419-2200 or e-mail .
Thomson Reuters Elite is part of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters and offers an end-to-end enterprise business management solution that allows law firms and professional services organizations to run all operational aspects of their firms including business development, risk management, client and matter management, and financial management. For more information, visit Elite.
Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets, powered by the world's most trusted news organization. With headquarters in New York and major operations in London and Eagan, Minnesota, Thomson Reuters employs more than 60,000 people and operates in over 100 countries. For more information, go to Thomson Reuters.