Fios Inc., a provider in delivering electronic discovery and litigation readiness services, has unveiled enhancements to Prevail, the company’s web-based review application. The upgrades are targeted for public release in early Q3 2007.
Highlights of the most recent upgrades, include: Real-Time Duplicate Management, which provides reviewers more visibility to the number of duplicates in each results list and lets them apply categorizations to primaries and duplicates in a single process. With this automation, users can apply categories to all items in a duplicate group; bulk categorize to a list of items, including duplicates; categorize duplicate chains; and update item descriptions or custom properties of duplicates in real time; Intuitive Category Management, which features a more intuitive user interface with increased management controls, enabling reviewers to classify and track evidence throughout the discovery process; and greater Search Controls, where reviewers can set the maximum number of items a search should return, enabling them to control the number of documents reviewed at one time. In addition, Prevail offers the ability to change the default from "all documents" to "not reviewed" when filtering search results. Lastly, Prevail users can see a summary of the applied search criteria displayed from the results list.