CaseLogistix® and iQwest Introduce CaseQwest Hosted Litigation System

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CaseQwest, a hybrid of elctronic data discovery software desktop and hosted ASP, provides firms with a more streamlined approach to workflow, distinctively based on how attorneys share and access case information.

Nashville-based CaseLogistix, Inc., a leading provider of evidence and litigation management software for the legal community, and iQwestIT, a litigation support and document hosting company based in Los Angeles, today announced the availability of CaseQwest, a hosted/ Application Service Provider (ASP) release of the popular CaseLogistix evidence management desktop software. CaseQwest, the result of a partnership between the two companies, allows law firms and corporate legal departments to apply the power of CaseLogistix and iQwest to the review and litigation process immediately with no server or software installation. Additionally, as part of the companies’ partnership arrangement, iQwest becomes CaseLogistix’ first software reseller on the West Coast.

CaseQwest, a hybrid of desktop and hosted ASP, provides firms with a more streamlined approach to workflow, distinctively based on how attorneys share and access case information. While initial reviews, document categorizations and file sharing can be performed in the secure hosted CaseQwest environment, once litigation matures and documents become "known", all active litigation may be moved into the CaseLogistix desktop.

Using CaseLogistix’ versatile desktop as the support software, CaseQwest users uniquely enjoy one-stop native review, foreign language services (including review, high quality foreign language optical-character-recognition (OCR), machine translation and electronic data discovery processing) and comprehensive technical support. CaseQwest users also benefit from dynamic IntelliFolders, larger total file capacity, work flow capabilities, mass coding and tagging of hundreds of document formats, tiff/PDF independent. CaseLogistix provides complete up-to-date and powerful organization, searching, annotating, and publishing for electronic document libraries. Using a Microsoft SQL Server database backend and built- in unlimited flexibility, CaseLogistix provides a complete system for electronic document organization, annotation, discovery management, and publication. An intuitive interface makes practical and everyday use of CaseLogistix very easy even for software application novices.

Users will enjoy CaseQwest’s ability to present very large document subsets to a dispersed audience without sacrificing the functionality or speed on a remote server. All the while eliminating any download or installation of user interface software on the user's system, yet maintaining full functionality of the software’s feature set. Further, access for CaseQwest users is regulated by adherence to strict security policies.

“CaseQwest allows law firms and in-house counsel to put their case or crash litigation project into an immediate review tool with the full functionality of CaseLogistix, and with very little training time,” stated Roe Frazer, CEO of CaseLogistix. “Our goal is to provide clients with technologically-advanced, creative, yet reliable methods of managing their complex litigation – the CaseQwest ASP based on our popular CaseLogistix software is a prime example of this.”

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About CaseLogistix

CaseLogistix is the sole developer and marketer of CaseLogistix, the most powerful and versatile evidence management software available today. With CaseLogistix, legal teams are one click away from enhancing their ability to win cases by instantly collecting, annotating, organizing, and analyzing any amount of digital evidence. For more information, go to

About iQwestIT

iQwest is a litigation support company that designs and employs advanced technologies specifically for litigation document coding, electronic data discovery and online litigation document repositories. Our solutions empower law firms to easily and affordably comprehend, manage and access the large volumes of documents and data found in complex cases. For more information, go to


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