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LexisNexis Bows E-Discovery

LexisNexis Applied Discovery announces next evolution in its e-discovery platform

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- LexisNexis Applied Discovery®, a leader in comprehensive electronic discovery, today announced the next evolution of its award-winning e-discovery platform, used by corporations and law firms nationwide to review data for complex discovery matters. The enhanced Applied Discovery Online Review Application (ORA) offers significant advancements for planning and monitoring large review projects, including improvements to workflow, batching and search performance. In addition to the ORA upgrade, Applied Discovery also raises the bar on processing capacity, turnaround times and security as a result of an investment of more than $10 million dollars over the last 12 months in a major hosting center upgrade.

In the legal industry the single largest expense for most discovery projects are costs associated with attorney review of documents. Slow searches and wait times for data processing add to attorney hours and overall costs. By continually adding functionality to offerings like the ORA, Applied Discovery helps clients increase their overall project efficiency and maximize up time. The company’s new e-discovery platform provides the right mix of capabilities for conducting highly thorough and fast reviews – especially for the increasingly large and complex cases that corporations, law firms and e-discovery review partners routinely face.

David A. Weber, Applied Discovery Vice President, Marketing stated, “The exceptional enhancements made to the Online Review Application, coupled with the significant $10 million dollar investment in our hosting center reflect our continued commitment to the legal industry to offer one of the fastest, most flexible, state-of-the-art electronic discovery platforms available.”

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