IT Zone guide to practice management software - 2009 update

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Like the firms they supply, slow, but steady is the operating philosophy of practice management software suppliers. John Stokdyk looks at how practice software has developed since 2006.

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 Software checklist

Target market Does the application fit your needs and budget?

Ease of use Look at set up, navigation, query & data entry

Time & fees Look for a simple process that anyone within the firm can understand with flexibility to fit your needs.

Staff planning A vital facility for those in larger firms.

Integration tools Do the di...

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Marketing Manager

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