Description: Logo

The Future of Point-of-Sale & Service Solutions

Always Mobile - Manage Your Business From Anywhere 

Style Guide

The following rules apply to this website
  • An apostrophe will not be used when the name Reliable Softworks can be confused with an adjective, such as "The Reliable Softworks solution was the best thing Leiberts could implement." This of course is incorrect and should be written "The Reliable Softworks's solution was the best thing Leiberts could implement."  Some may want to see "The Reliable Softworks' solution was the best thing Leiberts could implement." However this is also incorrect because 'Softworks' is not a plural noun. An analysis of many software company websites indicates they don't know what the hell to do either. On the same website, sometimes on the same page, you will see examples of each. I have chosen the first example "The Reliable Softworks solution was the best thing Leiberts could implement." because it is the most aesthetically pleasing, to me.
  • An apostrophe will be used when the name Reliable Softworks cannot be confused, incorrectly, as an adjective, such as "Reliable Softworks's ReliaSale module is the industry leader."
  • In this site and in the Associated Press Stylebook, “login” is a noun and “log in” is a verb. So, following AP style, you use your login to log in. The “login” situation is a good guide for other one-word-vs.-two-word conundrums. Often, the noun form is one word and the verb is two words. Take “lineup”/ “line up”: You tell all the players in the lineup to line up on the field.

Script embedded in HTML