Relate delivers .NET practice management suite

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Former directors of practice software specialist Apex have returned to the marketplace claiming to have developed the first fully integrated .NET practice management application.

The Drive suite from Relate Software combines client relationship management and practice administration modules, based around Microsoft's SQL Server database and the Web-enabled .NET platform.

The Relate team cut its teeth in practice management with Apex, and many of them, including director Lawrence Pyzer, worked with Sage when the accounting software giant acquired Apex in 2000. Having left to set up Relate in 2001, the company set about embedding its knowledge of practice software into Microsoft's new system architeture.

"Unlike other packages, DRIVE incorporates all aspects of running a practice in one all-enco...

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By ljp
21st May 2004 10:51

Relate Software Contact Information
Hello Vinod. Interest in our DRIVE product is exceeding all expectations and we will be delighted to demonstrate to you its versatility.

To see our current web site (which will be upgraded shortly) please go to (not .com)

I may be contacted on 0870 442 6968 or by email: [email protected]

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21st May 2004 08:47

Relate Software
Yes by all means, you can either contact Ray Rogers on 00353(1)4663400 or Laurence Pyzer on (0)870 442 6968. The software itself contains many modules and has some complicated aspects, so it is probably worthwhile calling them for information.

Their website address is

Let them know I sent you!

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By AccSec
21st May 2004 08:36

What is their web site address
Please advise as this software looks interesting.

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