Wave Software Achieves Elite Status in 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report

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Orlando-based Wave Software, an innovator in the de-duplication, regeneration and export of native electronic data, today announced that it has been named a Top Electronic Discovery Software Provider by the influential 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report. Wave Software's flagship product, Trident, gives litigators and legal service providers the capability to cut down data sets to manageable amounts and then upload onto repositories for review and production. Full survey results will be available in August via the Socha Consulting Web site (http://www.sochaconsulting.com/2008survey.php).

Reaching the top echelon in this industry just three years after launch indicates our focus on providing quality, time-efficient and cost effective solutions through our innovative technology and commitment to our clients.

Orlando-based Wave Software, an innovator in the de-duplication, regeneration and export of native electronic data, today announced that it has been named a Top Electronic Discovery Software Provider by the influential 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report. Wave Software's flagship product, Trident, gives litigators and legal service providers the capability to cut down data sets to manageable amounts and then upload onto repositories for review and production. Full survey results will be available in August via the Socha Consulting Web site (http://www.sochaconsulting.com/2008survey.php).

When electronically stored information (ESI) compounds daily and becomes part of a discovery request or regulatory filing requirement, the legal team's job of finding, sorting and packaging those messages for delivery to opposing counsel or the agency can quickly become overwhelming. Trident integrates seamlessly into the law firm, corporate legal or legal service provider's current workflow processes. Trident significantly reduces data sets prior to native review and production of PST, NSF, and loose data files.

"Wave Software is very excited to be recognized as a top e-discovery software provider in this influential survey," said Robert Childress, president of Wave Software. "Reaching the top echelon in this industry just three years after launch indicates our focus on providing quality, time-efficient and cost effective solutions through our innovative technology and commitment to our clients."

The Socha-Gelbmann recognition comes immediately after Wave Software launched Trident 5.0, which includes Native Review Bridge. This is the first software in the legal industry that automatically maps and loads processed e-discovery data into common review platforms such as Concordance, Summation, Relativity, ZyLAB and Catalyst.

The annual Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report provides the most comprehensive view into the emerging e-discovery market. The rankings are based on a detailed evaluation of more than 300 qualitative and quantitative factors. The survey comprises data from more than 115 organizations on the forefront of e-discovery, including leading law firms and Fortune 1000 inside counsel. For more information on the 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report, or to purchase a copy, visit http://www.sochaconsulting.com/2008survey.php.

About Wave Software
Wave Software, based in Orlando, Florida, provides the fastest, most accurate de-duplication, regeneration and export of native electronic files. Wave's flagship product, Trident software, provides litigators in-house capability to cut down data sets to manageable amounts and then upload onto repositories for review and production. Wave offers software, consulting, and training specialized in the legal industry. For more information, visit http://www.discoverthewave.com.

Press Contact:
Richard Clark
Vice President Business Development
Wave Software
4700 Millenia Blvd, Suite 415
Orlando, FL 32839
P: 888.225.6913

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