LINCOLN, Neb.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#SaaS–Software Technology, LLC, the maker of Tabs3 Software, today announced the release of Version 2023 of Tabs3 Software. It features a new client portal, Tabs3 CRM legal client relationship management, and additional new features to keep firms streamlined and productive.

“Version 2023 showcases our ongoing commitment to provide features that help firms save time and grow their law practices. Streamlining the client intake and onboarding process is our goal with Tabs3 CRM. And the client portal will help clients access their current balance and billing history from any browser. We continually improve our products because with the ever-changing world around us, innovation never stops,” said Dan Berlin, President and CEO of Software Technology, LLC.

In the Platinum Edition of Tabs3 Software, two of the new features include a client portal and a new check request feature. The client portal provides law firm clients with the ability to easily view up-to-the-minute billing history and make online payments. Clients can submit electronic payments right within the portal using Tabs3Pay. Also in the Platinum Edition of PracticeMaster, the new check request feature helps firms streamline employee expense reimbursement requests.

Tabs3 CRM will simplify and speed up the client intake process in PracticeMaster. Adding Tabs3 CRM will help firms track leads, grow prospects, and gain clients. Marketing efforts can be easily boosted through drip campaigns, automated emails, and customized intake forms, without sacrificing billable time or productivity.

These are just some of the features current and future Tabs3 clients can look forward to in Version 2023. For more information, visit

About Software Technology, LLC

Software Technology, LLC is a leading provider of legal software in the United States with nearly 45 years of innovation and more than 100,000 active legal professionals using its products. Tabs3 Software offers billing, accounting, practice management, payment, and CRM solutions for solo to midsized law firms.


Lisa Teet