In what Thomson Elite said is the most significant product launch in its 58 years, the manufacturer rolled out the latest version of its flagship business suite, Elite 3E, a business software platform for practice management.

Elite 3E allows firms to embed their business processes into the applications as part of a scalable Web-based system. The software also allows for workflow and process automation.

"Our overarching vision is to give our customers a strategic and competitive advantage with the most advanced tools available," said president and chief executive Chris Poole, in a statement. Before rolling 3E out to the public, Thomson Elite collaborated with a handful of law firms to refine the offering.

One of the most significant additions is the product's international flavor -- supporting multiple languages, currencies, taxes, local accounting requirements and global templates.

Other improvements include:

  • Automated workflows and collaboration capabilities;
  • System configuration at every step of the business process cycle;
  • Web Services integration;
  • Enhanced metrics; and,
  • Improved business management features, including fixed asset management, purchase order tracking, travel expense reporting and security controls.

More information is available at Elite is part of The Thomson Corp.

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