DocuLex Releases Extracted Data Accessing EDD Software

Apr 06, 2007


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DocuLex Inc., creators of litigation support software has released the extracted data accessing electronic data discovery (EDD) software, DocuLex Discovery Cracker 5.0. Views consist of a subset of data pulled from across one or more information groups, and is created via the new DC Detective, utilizing filtering options. Designed to examine large volumes of data, program users collaborate and tag specific records responsive for particular projects. Discovery Cracker exports to most litigation support management programs, including Summation (with eDII file support), Concordance, iCONECT, Ringtail, and other litigation information management systems and imaging platforms.

DocuLex DC Detective has an online, native viewing front end included with Discovery Cracker 5.0. Hosted by license holders and enabling unlimited users, DC Detective provides access to discover extracted data, allowing those with security permissions to filter, view natively, and select individual files for processing. Being internet browser based, DC Detective may be used both as a service for vendors and as an in-house preview tool.

Featuring distributed processing capability, Discovery Cracker 5.0 utilizes breakaway processing engines that when dispatched to separate, licensed computers can be called upon to assist in data processing. Coupled with options like adjusting project priority, the authorized user can skew processing power toward the project that needs to finish first. The central command center and a single person from one console can manage all facets of processing providing complete control over their EDD demands.

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