Tuesday, November 23, 2004

TAG Excalibur Awards Finalists Include LawDocsXpress

TAG Excalibur Awards Finalists Include LawDocsXpress

TAG Excalibur Awards finalists include LawDocsXpress. This award recognizes companies for the efficient utilization of innovative technologies.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 13, 2005

LawDocsXpress (www. lawdocsxpress. com), a leader in providing online legal secretarial services for law firms, corporate legal departments and governmental entities, announced that they are a finalist for the TAG sponsored Excalibur Award.

According to TAG, the competition was lively and vividly demonstrated the far-reaching impact of technology products on business advancement. Evaluation criteria included complexity of the problem, creativity of the solution, scope of the investment, return on investment, and business results. TAG's 2005 Excalibur Award finalists were selected by a distinguished panel of judges. The finalists include: Small Companies - Infomentis, LawDocsXpress, and Prime Point Media; Mid-Sized Companies-Gwinnett Technical College, Harbin Clinic, and Travel Inc. and Large Companies--Intercontinental Hotels, Scientific Atlanta, and UPS.

“We were pleased to be recognized with such a distinguished group of companies. LawDocsXpress took a traditional service and enhanced it with our patent-pending technology and the Internet to create a new category of services in the legal secretarial outsourcing market,” says Sharon Quaintance, CEO and co-founder of LawDocsXpress.

In addition to the patent-pending technology, LawDocsXpress uses a series of processes to maintain their quality of service. They match experienced labor to attorneys by practice area and then use the same secretaries each time to improve accuracy and turnaround time. They only use U. S. labor. They uniquely offer “conflict checks” using the client’s procedure or LawDocsXpress patent-pending process.

“Besides creating a new category of services, technology has also played a major part in our vision of redefining the successful workplace as one that allows secretaries and attorneys to work from anywhere using a unique combination of process, network and technology,” added Catherine Massey, Chairman and co-founder of LawDocsXpress.

About TAG

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support its members by generating opportunities for personal, professional and business growth. By forging strategic alliances, TAG serves as a primary catalyst to foster a rich environment for economic development in Georgia's technology community.

Founded in 1999 through the merger of the Business & Technology Alliance (B&TA), the Southeastern Software Association (SSA) and Women in Technology (WIT), TAG is one of the largest state technology associations in the nation. TAG is made up of several thousand members representing technology leaders from over 1500 Georgia-based companies, affiliated technology and business organizations. For more information on TAG, visit http://www. tagonline. org (http://www. tagonline. org), call (404) 817-3333

About LawDocsXpress

LawDocsXpress, founded at the beginning of 2002 by Catherine Massey and Sharon Quaintance, provides reliable and secure, online legal secretarial services for law firms, corporate legal departments and governmental entities. LawDocsXpress has been able to differentiate its offering and acquire a significant client base by using only U. S. labor with years of legal secretarial experience and emphasizing a high quality of service. Due to its extreme attention to detail, LawDocsXpress specializes in intellectual property (patent and trademark), workers’ compensation, corporate transactional and litigation (including appellate). Firms see benefits through improving margins, cash flow and workflow. For more information, visit www. lawdocsxpress. com.

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