Category Archives: Business Cards
For all the talk about paperless offices, many firms continue to drown in a sea of paper. Check out this recent article from AccountingToday that talks about getting closer to a paperless office.
Three important takeaways are:
1. Document management and related applications […]
For the third year in a row we have reviewed the websites of the 350 largest law firms (using the NLJ 350). Even though 2015 continues a positive trend, 53% of the top law firms still do not have a […]
New Vizibility Study Finds Defect Rates as High as 36% Among the Top Three Card Scanning Apps
Read the full announcement here, and see the infographic below.
LinkedIn recently announced that on July 11th it will discontinue the CardMunch business card scanning […]
vizCards are electronic business cards designed to provide your firm with a savvy technological impression.
Vizibility is excited to announce that we have been acquired by ALL-STATE, the nation’s premier engraver and printer for professional services firms.
As the nation’s premier engraver and printer for professional services firms, we see business cards as the first form […]
Inc. Magazine’s John Brandon reviewed the Vizibility Mobile Business Card in the February 2013 issue. His conclusion after sharing his Mobile Business Card at a major trade show: “I can rest easier knowing my contact information is safely stored in […]
Top Professional Firms Lead in Online Identity Management with Mobile Business Cards from Vizibility
This week Vizibility announced several new customers including Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, an AmLaw 100 firm with 625 lawyers and 14 offices across three continents; Goldberg Segalla LLP, a law firm with more than 140 lawyers in 11 offices across the Northeastern […]
Vizibility Product Review
by Will Greenwald, PC Magazine Consumer Electronics Analyst
(September 2012) Despite the advance of social networking, business cards have stayed the same for decades. They might have your email address, Twitter handle, or LinkedIn user name, but they’re still […]