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Kazeon Unleashes Fourth Generation Software for eDiscovery

Mountain View, Calif. --- May 19, 2009 --- Kazeon Systems, Inc., a leading provider of innovative eDiscovery solutions, announced the availability of its fourth generation eDiscovery software for use by corporations, legal service providers and law firms. Kazeon's solution solves a wide range of customer challenges such as in-house eDiscovery, internal investigations, audits, legal hold and retention management, and GRC.

Kazeon's Fourth Generation software maintains a modular version providing three best-of-breed products; Analysis & Review, Collection & Culling, and Legal Hold Management. All three eDiscovery products are integrated within a single, underlying software platform to ensure a smooth workflow while eliminating hidden costs that exist in a multi-vendor or disparate product strategy. Further, Kazeon has developed an entirely new distributed, collaborative legal application, the eDiscovery Case Manager, that manages legal cases from 'womb-to-tomb' and is geared toward the legal counsel and litigation support staff.

"With its new application, Kazeon takes a case-based approached enabling attorneys and litigation support specialists to transform electronic discovery processes thus resulting in significant cost savings," said Brian Babineau, a senior analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group. "By offering a modular solution that addresses multiple aspects of the electronic discovery process such as Analysis & Review, Kazeon enables customers to automate once-manual tasks in a secure and defensible manner."

"Kazeon's industry-leading, expansive eDiscovery capabilities surpass those of any other in-house eDiscovery software in the industry," said Karthik Kannan, Kazeon's VP of Marketing. "With our modular approach we are able to further extend our leadership in eDiscovery where we are already battle-proven by corporations like Subaru, Boehringer-Ingelheim and Wageworks who are leveraging Kazeon's full functionality eDiscovery software to fulfill their in-house enterprise eDiscovery needs such as Early Case Assessments, while keeping their costs and risks extremely low."

The Fourth Generation software includes:

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