We were very excited to find a culling tool that enables us to use our client's resources more efficiently
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2010
As companies continue to battle the complexities of legal e-discovery, InterLegis, an innovator of litigation and electronic discovery technologies, announced a program to help them significantly reduce skyrocketing costs: Free culling.
"A significant portion of e-discovery costs are related to the need to process and cull extraneous data that will ultimately be deemed as irrelevant or unresponsive. Oftentimes, upwards of 90% of collected data will never make it to review," said Kevin Carr, president of InterLegis. "The current pricing models of software and service providers force legal teams to pay for all data - relevant or not. InterLegis allows clients to cull-out irrelevant data for free and then pay a one-time, all-inclusive fee for other services, including productions. By not charging on irrelevant data, we've seen our clients slash a substantial amount off their discovery costs."
"We were very excited to find a culling tool that enables us to use our client's resources more efficiently," said Leanne Olson, Litigation Support Director at Gray Plant Mooty. "This pricing model is unlike any we've seen before in that we don't incur costs to look at or process data we'll never need."
With Discovery360™ from InterLegis, companies benefit from the widest range of sophisticated e-discovery technologies in one application. Discovery360 includes powerful analysis tools that provide a complete view of all documents based on attributes and highly advanced analytical technologies. As an end-to-end discovery solution, it intelligently culls and analyzes data and includes attractive, all-inclusive pricing for only responsive documents.
To see how your company can benefit from free culling, visit http://www.interlegis.com/free-culling.html .
InterLegis, Inc. has developed cutting-edge document technologies and processes relating to conceptual analysis, similarity matching, automatic categorizations, electronic discovery processing/culling, visual analysis, document digitization, optical character recognition, compression, database indexing, advanced searching and document security that enables corporations, law firms and legal service providers to reduce the risk, complexity and cost of litigation, regulatory requests and internal investigations. InterLegis is headquartered in Dallas. For more information, visit http://www.InterLegis.com.