New from Acculaw, Inc.

Acculaw’s billing and scheduling job management software went through a major upgrade. The program is now Web-based, and it provides all the necessary tools for a court reporting agency to maintain information on all aspects of the management process, from initial scheduling and storing transcripts through final settlement of a bill. It now comes with an e-commerce and file depository.

  • The software features the ability to:
  • Produce daily schedules for business and reporters
  • Produce specific job announcements and pay status to reporters
  • Obtain receivable and payment information for any date range and client
  • Produce reports detailing individual reporter performance and profitability
  • Produce past-due re-bills and/or client statements

Acculaw also offers the Steno Tablet. The company designed a specialized stand to accommodate a notebook computer that attaches to your Stentura or Élan Mira machine. The stand consolidates your equipment into one unit. For more information, please visit, or call 800-251-5529.

DepoSolutions introduces Quick Glance Log

Quick Glance Log is a 100 percent Web-based time and money management software created for court reporters, scopists, and proofreaders. The software allows users to:

  • Invoice your accounts receivable (agencies or reporters)
  • Track monies received using the realtime balance due feature (ensure payment)
  • Keep track of monies paid to your subcontractors (1099s have never been easier)
  • Keep track of the hours per job (save time)
  • Keep track of non-reimbursed expenses (only minutes for tax preparation!)

More information is available at

  • DepoSolutions offers agency owners several reasons to use their its product. They say:
  • Reporters will love the easy online worksheet and schedule.
  • Clients will love the easy online integrated calendar and repository.
  • Staff will love the ease of working with DepoSolutions.
  • Agency owners will love the benefits of time and money savings.

More information is available at