caseSHARE Systems, Inc. Announces the Release of Catalyst Repository 5.3

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With the Release of CR 5.3, caseSHARE Systems Inc. adds new features to it’s flagship product for Online Document Repositories including Bulk Updating, Printing Enhancements and Annotation Searching.

caseSHARE Systems today announces the release of version 5.3 of its Catalyst Repository product. Catalyst Repository helps distributed teams manage discovery documents, due diligence review and securely share files over an extended enterprise. Commonly used as a litigation support tool in large cases, it is also tailored to help insurers share files with reinsurers, for due diligence in complex financial transactions and to share files with business partners or far flung employees.

Beginning July 6, 2006, Catalyst Repository users will have a number of new features to enhance their online experience. These new features include:

  •      Enhancements to Batch Printing
  •     Bulk Update for all Search Results
  •     Highlighted Search Hits on email, HTML and text viewers
  •     Adobe Annotation Searching
  •     TIFF and Text file simultaneous view

“We know from our research and relationships with our current clients that the new features in Catalyst Repository 5.3 are exactly what they need,” said John Tredennick, CEO of caseSHARE Systems Inc. “Additionally, the fact that Catalyst Repository is an on-demand service gives us the ability to provide our clients with these enhancements without any effort on their part.”

Enhancements to Batch Printing:

The enhancements to batch printing allow Catalyst Repository clients to include customized footers and watermarks to all print jobs as well as the capability to add custom bookmarks to the PDF files. This is invaluable when printing out documents for use at a later time.

Bulk Update for all Search Results:

In the past, users had to update results of a search one page of search results at a time. With the release of 5.3, we now provide the benefit of true bulk updating giving the user the ability to update the entire results of a search with one command. 5.3 also provides the user with the option of updating all the related documents at the same time as well. Finally, true bulk updating!

Highlighted Search Hits on Email, HTML and Text Viewers:

With the release of Catalyst Repository 5.3, caseSHARE has expanded highlight capabilities so that users are not limited to the PDF format. Highlighted hits are now available in email, html and text files as well. This will certainly cut down the online time looking for relevant documents.

Search Adobe Annotation Comments:

Many clients like to use the highlighting and comments capabilities available in the paid version of Adobe Acrobat. caseSHARE’s Catalyst Repository clients now have the ability to search these annotations, furthering their success in locating relevant documents.

TIFF And Text File Side By Side View:

Comparing documents can be an important facet of the document review process and with the addition of a side by side viewer, Catalyst Repository clients are now provided with that benefit.

About caseSHARE Systems

caseSHARE provides secure online repository applications that help legal teams review large quantities of electronic documents and work together on complex legal matters. Delivered “On Demand,” the systems offer a compelling alternative to enterprise software, particularly in situations involving multiple organizations.

Benefits include rapid deployment, world-class security, significant cost savings and minimal management. Clients and users include organizations from the legal, corporate and insurance industries. The caseSHARE repository presently holds over 50,000 cases and claims, over 150 million pages of documents and over 8,000 registered users.

More information about caseSHARE’s repository products is available at


John Tredennick, CEO

caseSHARE Systems, Inc

P: 303.824.0840

Gayle O’Connor, Director of Marketing

caseSHARE Systems, Inc

P: 303.824.0864

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