|[April 03, 2014]
BEC Legal Systems Releases Updated Legal Software Suite
CINCINNATI --(Business Wire)--
BEC Legal Systems has released a major update to its suite of legal
applications, BEC CoreRelate Framework™. Also just released is a new
member of the suite, BEC Assemble-It™ which introduces a new approach to
legal document automation.
BEC Assemble-It brings legal document production to a new level by
providing direct access to matter data from inside Word's Task pane.
Each user or practice group can build a library of documents and clauses
that are always visible and ready to drag into the working document.
Variable information such as case captions, claim numbers and related
party data can be embedded into any clause so that up-to-date data is
inserted every time. Assemble-It is also innovative in the way it
re-assembles content pieces based on an automated question and answer
script and maintains original Word formatting and paragraph numbering.
An introductory video about the prduct is available at https://www.youtube.com/BEC
BEC CoreRelate Framework also includes Docket Enterprise™ and
MatterLink®, which have been on the market since 2003 and 2008
respectively, and LegalBar®, the company's flagship document production
application introduced in 2000, which adds legal-specific functionality
to Microsoft (News - Alert) Word. All members of the suite share a common SQL database
and are tightly integrated with Microsoft Office as well as many legal
billing and document management applications. BEC Legal Systems
emphasizes the suite's ability to complement and complete a law firm's
existing technology infrastructure.
Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, BEC Legal Systems is a professional
services and legal software company that provides technology solutions,
consultation and training service to laws firms. Founded as Business
Equipment Company in 1943, the company has been serving law firms and
corporate legal departments exclusively since 1986.
For more information about the BEC line of products, visit the company's
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