Winter Haven, FL (PRWEB) December 1, 2006
DocuLex, a leading provider of electronic discovery software and developer of Discovery Cracker has been recognized as top provider of Electronic Data Discovery software and support. Discovery Cracker's recognition and accolade comes from the 2006 Socha Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey. The selection process in this survey is voted on by a large body of industry peers, clients and parties of interest. The Socha-Gelbmann Survey is regarded as a high honor and a very strong endorsement of a company's contribution to the burgeoning EDD market.
"We are thrilled to be recognized by the Socha-Gelbmann survey," says DocuLex COO Jim Grebey. "We made a decision long ago to represent much more than software we develop and ship to our clients. These survey results tell us that we're accomplishing our goals of delivering the DocuLex Team. It's our commitment to providing a formula of product innovation and a group-wide dedication to seeing that our clients succeed."
DocuLex, celebrating it's 10th anniversary this year serving the legal community, has also been invited and actively takes part as an expert in their field, contributing to the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). The EDRM, spearheaded by George J. Socha, Jr., Esq. and Tom Gelbmann of the Socha-Gelbmann survey, helps address the lack of standards and guidelines in the electronic discovery market.
About DocuLex Discovery Cracker
Discovery Cracker easily processes terabytes of e-files and email in over 500 file formats and is used to support automated electronic discovery data processing for corporate legal departments, law firms, litigation support service bureaus and forensic consulting firms. It is ideal for matter-based discovery or proactive systemic based discovery related to risk management and Federal compliance. Discovery Cracker supports high volume extraction of electronic file metadata and conversion of electronic data from multiple file formats. The program's function is to create databases with associated images, full-text files and metadata from email and electronic files (including Outlook, Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes and hundreds of additional file formats).
Discovery Cracker was the first program to offer embedded file processing, providing extraction of an electronic file from within another file and most importantly preserving the Parent/Child attachment relationship in review/QC. The benefit is thorough electronic capture of content from container files of differing native formats (IE. a Microsoft Word document containing an Excel spreadsheet) and separating the embedded file from the previous multi-format location.
The program features enhanced job scheduling and workflow automation, including centralized setup of distributed processing, where batches may be added to a job queue for processing or for parallel post-processing either consecutively or at a scheduled time. Scheduling processes may be performed on batches by individual or multiple computers, while preparing subsequent projects. This feature saves time and resources, significantly lowering the overall costs associated with electronic discovery. Additional features include central monitoring of the status of jobs added to the queue as well as enhanced processing, post processing and quality control functionality.
Discovery Cracker exports to Summation (with eDII file support), Concordance, Ringtail and other prominent litigation information management systems and imaging platforms.
For additional information on Discovery Cracker, call DocuLex at (863) 297-3691 ext. 209, or see http://lit.doculex.com/discoverycracker.asp
Incorporated in 1996, DocuLex has been a leading supplier of innovative litigation support tools including document imaging, archival, and electronic discovery software. DocuLex also provides professional services to support client needs assessment. The company specializes in customer satisfaction and its products include in depth, personalized user support, creating an offering of current technology with dependable service. For additional information, see http://lit.doculex.com/discoverycracker.asp
Tim Nissen, DocuLex Inc.
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