Thomson Reuters Elite announced that 3E® and Business Development Premier have been recognized as top solutions by two of the legal industry’s leading publications. 3E won in the Time & Billing Software category, and Business Development Premier was recognized in two categories, Law Firm Business Intelligence Solution and Integrated Law Firm Marketing Provider, by The National Law Journal “Best of the Midwest” survey. In addition, Business Development Premier was recognized as the Best Law Firm Business Intelligence solution by readers of The Recorder. Both 3E and Business Development Premier are integral components of the Elite Enterprise Business Management Solution, providing firms with a comprehensive end-to-end solution to help them strategically manage their businesses.

“We are extremely pleased and honored to be given this recognition from two highly regarded publications,” said Elisabet Hardy, vice president of Product Management at Elite. “The fact that all of our awards were voted on by readers – actual users of our software – makes it all the more rewarding.”

The National Law Journal provides in-depth coverage of the issues that mean the most to private practitioners, judges, corporate lawyers, government attorneys, and other members of the legal community. The Recorder is California’s leading news and analysis publication at the global crossroads of the legal, business, and technology trends shaping law practice today.

With a record number of 3E implementations occurring in 2016, more firms are taking advantage of the robust 3E financial management offering and benefiting first-hand from its comprehensive functionality. 3E offers a robust set of built-in workflows, a common group of services, and a highly scalable foundation so applications can be customized to match the way a firm operates. Business Development Premier is a complete end-to-end system for the entire marketing lifecycle, coupling CRM with enterprise relationship management technology, experience management tools, competitive intelligence, and company profiles powered by Thomson Reuters.