DocuLex to Release Self Guided Production Document Imaging Software at LegalTech New York2 Jan, 2007
DocuLex to Release Self Guided Production Document Imaging Software at LegalTech New York
Winter Haven, FL - DocuLex, Inc., veteran creators of litigation support software will release a self guided production imaging software, Discovery Capture, at LegalTech New York, January 29-31, 2007.
Discovery Capture is noted for its intuitive and on-screen instructional functionality for document capture, image processing and export to prominent litigation support management programs, including. Users can scan and begin real time quality control from multiple stations, with additional workflow features include OCR at point of scan, with project level administering of Bates numbering and index field assignment, as well as acceptance of an expanded list of file types, and exports to most prominent litigation support management programs, including Summation (with eDII file support), Concordance, iCONECT, Ringtail and other prominent litigation information management systems and imaging platforms.
The program was designed for vendors, law firms and corporate legal
departments who have in common the need for software that is highly functional
and easy utilized across organizations.
Discovery Capture is an SQL based program that works with TWAIN compliant document scanners, and is offered as either a click per image or unlimited usage license, making it an accessible option for document volumes of any environment.
"DocuLex was tasked with developing a product that married the diverse, feature rich requirements of the highest volume scanning vendors with the ease of use needed to satisfy litigation support users of any and all skill levels," comments Thom Clark, DocuLex_s Director of Product Development. "I'm glad to say that Discovery Capture firmly exceeds those goals."
Discovery Capture provides users with uniquely functional project management features, including an expandable document tree view of projects and batches created, readily accessible quality control with thumbnail images and screen sensitive action buttons with content based help guidance. With these features users can easily operate the program without comprehensive instruction.