InterLegis Releases DataMapper

InterLegis announced the release of DataMapper, a secure, browser-based, data preview module within Discovery360

June 21, 2007

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LOS ANGELES -- InterLegis, Inc., an innovator of web-based digital document management services, announced the release of DataMapper, a secure, browser-based, data preview module within Discovery360TM. The new DataMapper application allows legal teams to directly control the electronic data discovery (EDD) culling process in order to ensure only relevant documents are processed.

DataMapper provides legal teams significant time and cost savings by allowing them to reduce the document collection by testing what-if” scenarios before committing to electronic discovery processing. DataMapper also performs the removal of duplicate documents prior to processing, further reducing costs.

Now within one product, legal teams can set their EDD strategy early, culling down large volumes of documents online using keywords, custodian, date ranges, concept folders and other metadata to discover potentially relevant and responsive documents. After the pre-processed data is culled, the integrated Discovery360 EDD processing module completes the processing of the electronic data, seamlessly delivering the native files within the Discovery360 review and repository module.

“DataMapper allows legal teams to gain direct control of their electronic document collections, resulting in significant and measurable cost savings,” said Kevin Carr, president of InterLegis. “By removing irrelevant documents before they are processed, legal teams will benefit from significant time and cost savings during the review process by being able to focus on smaller, more relevant document collections.”

InterLegis Inc.

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