Our expertise with preservation, case assessment, ESI processing, and production, makes it natural for us to offer MatterSpace ELM. In the rapidly growing eDiscovery and compliance product and solution arena, the integration with Microsoft technologies assures users that they will continue to receive a solid ROI from their MatterSpace® ELM and Microsoft technology investments.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 21, 2009
Addressing the need for IT and Legal Departments to bridge the gap between information management and electronic discovery, WorkProducts, Inc. and TERIS, today announced the release of MatterSpace® ELM. Built on Microsoft technologies and leveraging the anticipated release of Microsoft Office 2010, MatterSpace ELM is the first enterprise eDiscovery software product in the market that integrates Retention/Preservation Management, Early Case Assessment, Case Strategy, and ESI Processing. Through this advanced offering, corporate and outside counsel can now make "Try vs. Settle" decisions throughout each case and synchronize information among the case team.
TERIS offers MatterSpace ELM software, downloadable through a "Try Before You Buy" program, which allows 30-day unlimited usage evaluations with the ability to synchronize case-based information between corporate clients and law firms (MatterSync™).TERIS' Certified MatterSpace® ELM Professionals provide in-depth support and expertise for evidence lifecycle management. To register for the download, go to http://www.workproducts.com/TERIS/download/.
"Microsoft is redefining the notion of productivity by offering products via Software plus Service, along with our traditional on-premise model, says Tricia Bush, Product Manager - SharePoint. "MatterSpace® ELM, offered by TERIS, leverages SharePoint and other Microsoft technologies, be it on premise or in the cloud, making it all the more relevant for the legal market."
"TERIS is the fastest-growing full service litigation support in the Western U.S. because we continually invest in people, process, and technologies to maintain our "go-to" status with leading law firms and corporations," explains Stefan Wikstrom, Founder/CEO of TERIS. "Our expertise with preservation, case assessment, ESI processing, and production, makes it natural for us to offer MatterSpace ELM. In the rapidly growing eDiscovery and compliance product and solution arena, the integration with Microsoft technologies assures users that they will continue to receive a solid ROI from their MatterSpace® ELM and Microsoft technology investments."
"Microsoft has been the worldwide leader in software for more than 30 years and TERIS is recognized as an innovator in litigation support with rapidly growing market share," said Steve Lilley, Founder/CEO WorkProducts. "With industry leading MatterSpace ELM and Microsoft technologies, reducing risks and costs across the eDiscovery process combined with TERIS' legal discovery expertise, we can provide corporate legal departments and law firms with the highest value solutions for all of their respective discovery."
The Microsoft: MatterSpace® ELM Road Show is coming to New York, Chicago, and San Francisco, August 12-14. The Road Show features WorkProducts, Microsoft, and special guest Vedder Price, LLC, and is tailored for clients, partners, and the media. The Executive Briefing Road Show will feature executives, product managers, legal and compliance experts sharing their insight, vision and direction for MatterSpace ELM and Microsoft Office 2010. This Road Show will provide attendees an unparalleled opportunity to meet eDiscovery/compliance and technology executives, see MatterSpace Evidence Lifecycle Management products with Microsoft technologies in action, and hear users share examples and best practices.
Founded in 1996, TERIS provides legal support and sophisticated eDiscovery solutions to corporate legal teams and law firms across the U.S. and internationally. TERIS' staff of over 275 was named one of the top 20 eDiscovery service providers by industry researcher Socha-Gelbmann in 2008. The company operates a free job board for the legal profession at http://www.discoverlegaljobs.com and has offices in Seattle, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Diego, Phoenix, Dallas and Austin. To learn more about TERIS, visit http://www.TERIS.com or follow the company on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/DiscoverTERIS or its blog http://www.SophisticatedLitigationSupportBlog.com.
Media Contact: David Kaufer, Director of Marketing, 425-275-8814; 206-521-8717 or DKaufer (at) TERIS.com
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