STERLING, Va., April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Spin Systems, a leading provider of enterprise-wide legal solutions to Fortune 500 companies and federal Government agencies, will be attending & exhibiting at the upcoming 2013 Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) Annual Conference & Exposition on April 14-17 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, in National Harbor, Maryland. "This is the first time Spin Systems will be exhibiting at the ALA Conference, and we look forward to delving further into the legal market, meet with prospective customers, and discuss how our products provide them with the ability to collect information in a simple and fast manner, and make more informed decisions," says Wael Ali, President and CEO of Spin Systems. Spin Systems provides an array of innovative products, technical services and solutions for Government and commercial clients. While in attendance, Spin Systems will showcase SBF CASES, a web-based rapid application building tool that can be swiftly configured and scaled to build enterprise level management systems, specifically those in the legal field. Architected for flexibility and modularity, the SBF CASES platform offers an adaptable foundation for building solutions that adjust to any case centric processes, such as document management or SharePoint integration or reporting. About the ALA Annual ConferenceThe Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) Annual Conference & Exposition is the legal management profession's most comprehensive event of its kind. Featuring dynamic and relevant education presented by recognized leaders in their field, the ALA Annual Conference will enhance your knowledge, develop your management skills, and enable you to achieve greater personal and professional growth. ALA's three-day Exposition is a vital extension of the educational program and provides the opportunity to update yourself on the latest technologies, find solutions to business issues, solve problems, uncover emerging trends, and develop valuable resources and partnerships in the legal industry.