TAMPA, Fla. – (Aug. 1, 2008) – Tribridge (www.tribridge.com), a Gold Certified Microsoft® consulting firm with customers across the US, has acquired Virtual Enterprise Electronic Law Office (Veelo), a leading provider of for law firms, effective July 1, 2008.
Founded in 2001, Veelo provides "best of breed" software, training, backup, upgrades and maintenance solutions for more than 200 customers. Under the terms of the acquisition, Veelo has been renamed Tribridge Legal. Company founders and team members will fill a variety of leadership and sales positions at Tribridge.
“The business of practicing law often depends on the revenue generated from billable hours. Effectively managing this process can be a time-consuming and overwhelming task for both lawyers and the accounting personnel who support them,” said Tony DiBenedetto, Tribridge CEO. “Tribridge Legal is an Internet-based time and billing solution that enables lawyers to focus on helping clients rather than dealing with the daily back-end operations of running a busy legal practice.”
Joe Simmons, Veelo’s president and founding partner remarked, “By joining forces with Tribridge, we have strengthened our ability to meet the unique and specific needs of customers in the legal space. This is a fantastic opportunity to deliver even higher quality services and solutions to our customers.”
Simmons added that the Tribridge Legal software solution is complimented by Tribridge’s depth of expertise in Microsoft® ERP, CRM, SharePoint and core infrastructure.
Tribridge is a Gold Certified Microsoft consulting firm recently named the 2008 WORLDWIDE Microsoft Dynamics Partner of the Year. Tribridge implements, secures and supports critical business applications and core infrastructure for organizations across the US. Tribridge experts combine an average of 15 years experience with established methodologies to generate practical results, including a 100% "go live" rate since inception over a decade ago. Technology solutions are focused across 5 tightly integrated areas including: Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM, Microsoft SharePoint and custom software applications, Microsoft core infrastructure, security and managed services.