Nov. 20, 2012
-- InterLegis, a provider of litigation electronic discovery technology and services, today announced its flagship product, Discovery360 Enterprise, is now available for Macintosh operating systems. The processing engine and database of the software can also be installed on Linux machines.
Discovery360 Enterprise provides legal teams the ability to quickly process and analyze large data collections cost effectively. Clients can install the software on a single machine or across any number of servers on a network in order to build scalability as needed.
“We are very excited to be making our eDiscovery solution available on all platforms." said Kevin Carr, President of InterLegis. “This is a great solution for clients who either use Macs at work, or for those who work on Macs after hours from home.“
Legal teams that have licensed full versions of Discovery360 Enterprise can immediately analyze, process and cull electronic discovery collections into the platform’s Early Case Assessment, Extractor and DataMapper modules (for full data processing dmqqv and culling). All fully processed and culled data can then be migrated to Discovery360’
s Reviewer module, or exported to common load file formats compatible with other review platforms, including: Concordance, Summation, and Relativity.
For more information on InterLegis’ eDiscovery solutions and how you can secure your copy, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.interlegis.com.
InterLegis, founded in 1998 and based in Dallas, offers a wide range of e-discovery technologies in a single end-to-end application:
. Discovery360 is offered as either a software license or an outsourced service, and guides legal teams through the eDiscovery process from early case assessment, culling, data processing, review and production. Its powerful analytic technologies provide a complete view of all documents based on document attributes such as text, concepts and metadata.