Arlington, VA (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
Mindseye, developers of the next-generation eDiscovery processing technology TunnelVision, today announced the availability of the TunnelVision eDiscovery Appliance, which combines leading eDiscovery software with on-board storage and state-of-the-art hardware as an all-in-one solution. The eDiscovery Appliance gives corporate counsel and law firms a comprehensive processing center that provides a streamlined workflow by replacing point and legacy systems, consolidates data in one location, and defensibly moves less but more relevant data into review.
“Our eDiscovery appliance fills a void in the industry today. There’s no other stand-alone solution that offers the full breadth of processing with the ability to also store data in one location,” said Mindseye CEO, Bob Krantz. “Not only is it more efficient, but our TunnelVision appliance delivers an all-inclusive solution with no hidden costs -- all software, storage, and hardware is included to provide organizations with a fixed, budgeted expense when looking to contain growing eDiscovery costs.”
Key features include:
Organizations can rapidly deploy the appliance for cross-border discovery or sensitive matters where data privacy or security is paramount. The system comes pre-configured with a TunnelVision Processing Engine (five to 20 workers), Decision Engine (early data intelligence™), and a Production Module, in addition to all required software.
The TunnelVision eDiscovery Appliance is available for purchase or can be leased for on-demand projects.
Mindseye is a leading provider of eDiscovery software solutions. TunnelVision, the company’s flagship eDiscovery platform, was launched in 2009 to help organizations manage risk, minimize legal exposure, and eliminate wasted time and money throughout the discovery process. Delivered through a fixed-cost licensing model or as a stand-alone eDiscovery Appliance, TunnelVision is a scalable solution built on an iterative workflow design. Organizations that use TunnelVision can quickly input and access early data to make cost and resource estimates, formulate strategy and case direction, and ultimately move less but more relevant data to review. Mindseye is an active participant in the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project and The Sedona Conference. The company is employee owned, profitable, and has experienced consistent revenue and profit growth year over year. For more information, visit http://www.mindseyesolutions.com or follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Mindseye_TV.