Month: January 2010

World Software Corporation’s Worldox Earns Top Document Management Honors in 2009 Law Technology News (LTN) Awards

DOWNLOAD THE PDF Ridgewood, NJ – January 12, 2010 – World Software Corporation® (, a leading provider of document management systems for legal markets, announced today that, for the fifth time, Worldox has won the top Gold level award for Document Management Systems in the 2009 LTN 7th annual Vendor Awards program. In addition, Worldox/Web Mobile, used by clients to access Worldox online anytime, from anywhere, scored a Bronze in the Mobile Tool/Device/Service category. Law Technology News’s more than 40,000 subscribers voted online for products and vendors that represented outstanding achievement in legal technology in 25 categories. Their votes were

Tom Burke, World Software Corp. Chairman and CEO, Wins Inaugural Law Technology News Lifetime Achievement Award

DOWNLOAD THE PDF Ridgewood, NJ – January 5, 2010 – Law Technology News (LTN), the leading publication covering the legal technology industry, has chosen Tom Burke as a winner of the first-ever LTN Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Burke is Chairman and CEO of World Software Corp, which makes the popular WORLDOX® Document Management System ( software program for law firms and other organizations. He founded the company in 1988 with his wife, Kristina Szandtner Burke. Mr. Burke was selected to win this prestigious award by Monica Bay, Editor-in-Chief of Law Technology News. He shares the award with two other leaders

How one innovative law firm pursued the elusive, “paperless office” goal … and pretty much made it happen.

Background With more than 30 years of legal experience, J Stanford Morse P.A. specializes in automobile accidents and wrongful death cases. Efficiency and productivity matter here. We never hesitate to implement technology solutions where there will be a quantifiable gain in those areas. We have long wanted to move to a “less paper-intensive” style of work. We already use the Needles Case Management System, and find it well suited to our litigation practice areas. Document management seemed to be the next logical step; we’re a small firm, but still have thousands upon thousands of documents, emails and scanned files. The

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