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FedEx Names PS|Ship Compatible Platinum Solution Provider - One of 10 Worldwide!

By PS Ship - March 7, 2016

At the FedEx Compatible Summit in February 2016, PS|Ship was proud to earn the level of Platinum Solution Provider.

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Microsoft Ends Support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 on January 12, 2016

By Diane - January 13, 2016

Lynch Marks aligns its browser requirement with Microsoft's end of support announcement.

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PS|Receiver for iOS Version 2.1.8 Now on the App Store

By Diane - October 15, 2015

PS|Receiver for iOS (v. 2.1.8) has been released to the Apple App Store! 

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Multi-Invoice Review in PS|Invoice

By Diane - August 31, 2015

Are you processing your invoices from FedEx, UPS and/or DHL electronically?  If so, additional functionality was added to PS|Invoice recently to allow the review of more than one invoice at a time.

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Are you using the PS|Ship Signature Alert?

By Bob - February 5, 2015

How often do you remind your users that they don’t necessarily have to ask for a delivery signature? At some firms, this happens frequently and not long ago one of our customers said that their vendor told them they had an abnormally high number of signature charges.

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Cost Recovery Fees Clients are Willing to Pay

By Nick - January 5, 2015

While clients resist paying for things like phone and copy, items like overnight delivery and off-site work are exceptions says Robert Mattern in his recent article.  "Hard costs, for services from third parties, that are documented with physical invoices” are the key. 

This raises the question: are you maximizing the recovery for these fees?

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User Tales from the Cloud

By Nick - December 13, 2010

Are you a law firm thinking about diving into SaaS, but wanting to hear how the water feels first?  If so, make plans to attend Mark Manoukian's "User Tales from the Cloud" presentation at Legal Tech New York on January 31st, 2011.

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Topics: legaltech, cloud, SaaS