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Native Data Search and Online Collaboration Capabilities

6 Mar, 2007

Native Data Search and Online Collaboration Capabilities

DocuLex, Inc., veteran creators of litigation support software delivers a unique native data search and collaboration tool, DC Detective, with the new version 5.0 of Discovery Cracker. DC Detective is a secure, browser based data preview tool that enables users to perform complex meta data searches as well as tagging, data grouping and native review of their files. Users and their clients can collaborate to set their EDD strategy early, culling large volumes of data down, on-line, to discover what matters most for their case. Files selected in DC Detective are delivered to Discovery Cracker's command console where they are processed according to the projects requirements. DC Detective addresses the needs of vendors, law firms and corporate legal departments that historically have had limited options of search and collaboration tools at the beginning of the EDD process. Until now, their decision was to purchase and maintain costly data analysis software or go without and lose a technological advantage integral to winning cases. Discovery Cracker 5.0 with DC Detective will also enable new revenue streams for EDD service providers. Tier 1 service companies aiming to be more competitive on price will now have alternatives to their primary search solutions. Likewise it will bring new services to bear for data conversion companies who've seen the need for data hosting tools that until now excluded them from winning new business. DC Detective is hosted by DocuLex clients and included with every license of Discovery Cracker 5.0. It has no pre-set limit on the number of users accessing data, provided they've been granted security permissions by the administrator. Doculex - 863.297.3691 - www.doculex.com

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