Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 21, 2011
InterLegis, an innovator of litigation and electronic discovery technologies, announces that installs of Discovery360 Desktop have increased over 400% in the 2nd Quarter of 2011. Discovery360 Desktop is InterLegis' in-house, end-to-end discovery solution that allows corporations and law firms to protect data internally while performing eDiscovery processing, culling and/or review without the need to work with outside vendors. The installation of the software is free.
“When we released the desktop version of Discovery360, we wanted to provide a unique solution to the discovery industry from both a pricing and functionality perspective,” said Kevin Carr, President of InterLegis. “We are pleased to see the industry embracing the software in this manner.”
Discovery360 Desktop provides a flexible solution to corporate and law firm clients by offering multiple local or networked installation options. As an optional feature on extremely large matters, it allows users to host certain cases on the cloud using InterLegis’ managed hosting service. This means that users can access all their discovery projects from either the network or the cloud within a single interface.
Discovery360 Desktop is available immediately and free to install. To apply for a copy of the downloadable software, contact info(at)interlegis(dot)com or visit http://www.interlegis.com.
InterLegis, founded in 1998 and based in Dallas, offers the widest range of e-discovery technologies in one end-to-end application: Discovery360™. Discovery360 guides the user through the discovery life cycle from collection, through early case assessment, culling, data processing, review and production. Its powerful analytic technologies provide a complete view of all documents based on document attributes such as text, concepts and metadata. InterLegis offers the most cost-effective pricing model available today, which includes complimentary early case assessment, data culling, productions, project management and support. For more information, visit http://www.interlegis.com.