LawBase, the leading case and matter management system designed to increase productivity, today announces sponsorship of the 36th Annual North American Consumer Protection Investigators (NACPI) Conference being held at the Park City Marriott in Park City, Utah, August 4-7. Representatives will be available to demo LawBase at the event.
Chosen most often for its adaptability and mindfulness of budgetary restrictions, LawBase allows consumer protection agencies to track information that matters most, including fraud, business and finance, advertising practices, and education and awareness. LawBase is currently in use in many State Offices of the Attorney General, as well as in other governmental agencies throughout the U.S.
“We are excited for the opportunity to participate in such an important event,” states Phil Homburger, president of LawBase. “We look forward to networking with the conference attendees, including our clients, and showing them how LawBase can be the perfect fit for their case management needs.”
Most recently LawBase has added expanded reporting capabilities, enhanced bidirectional integration with Microsoft Exchange and the availability of bidirectional integration with Worldox Document Management to its capabilities.
For more information or to schedule a demo prior to NACPI, call 800-569-3377.
LawBase (lawbase.com) is the leading case and matter management software package in the legal industry and is currently being used by thousands in law firms, Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and government agencies nationwide. LawBase was developed by Synaptec Software, a veteran company in the software field with more than 32 years of experience in developing the most adaptable, intuitive case and matter management product on the market today.