Lisa Rosen, President of Rosen Technology Resources, said, “We are incredibly excited to have service providers, law firms, government agencies and corporations using both ALCoder and Polaris, as they both help streamline the review process."
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 27, 2011
Rosen Technology Resources, an award-winning litigation support consulting and software company, is pleased to announce that the following have applied Polaris near-duplicate software: Alpha Systems, Hess Corporation and Lockheed Martin, while ALCoder has been applied at Blank Rome LLP, Evolve Discovery and Hess Corporation.
Polaris is a tool which identifies, groups, and provides a review order for near-duplicate documents, according to similarity thresholds established by a user. ALCoder is the leading auto-coding technology in the marketplace, and codes up to 14 fields of bibliographic information to supplement inaccurate or incomplete metadata, or provide bibliographic coding from OCR or extracted text.
Polaris looks at the content, rather than format of documents to determine similarity. In addition to providing the standard grouping and best representative data which is typical of near-duplicate analysis, Polaris provides data which reveals relationships beyond those available from traditional near-duping applications, resulting in saved time and cost during the electronic discovery process.
Using a simple one-click action, ALCoder™ provides clients with the ability to add bibliographic field coding to sensitive cases without involving third party service providers.
The integration of both ALCoder™ and Polaris™ with all third party products provides legal professionals the edge by easily capturing and importing documents into the litigation support software of their choice.
Lisa Rosen, President of Rosen Technology Resources, said, “We are incredibly excited to have service providers, law firms, government agencies and corporations using both ALCoder and Polaris, as they both help streamline the review process, as well as being cost-controlled solutions.”