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On-Demand Webcast - Exterro and Catalyst: Bridging the E-Discovery Divide

Created on August 9, 2012

Defensibility. Efficiency. Visibility. Collaboration. These four goals frame successful e-discovery initiatives, yet achieving them can be challenging. Exterro and Catalyst now partner to deliver a joint e-discovery solution that integrates behind-the-firewall functions, like legal hold, early case assessment and collections, with outsourced services, such as privilege review and production. Coordinated workflows and information exchanges provide the visibility and control that organizations require.

This ILTA-sponsored webcast provides a look into the integrated Exterro/Catalyst solution and the benefits that can be realized, including:

  • Utilizing workflows and real-time metrics to guide legal and IT teams through every phase of the e-discovery lifecycle.
  • Leveraging advanced culling, analytics and ECA technologies to identify and collect only responsive ESI, driving down e-discovery costs.
  • Streamlining the handoff of corporate collections to hosted review and allowing for incremental collections and exports as needed.
  • Achieving full visibility into the secure transfer of ESI, work product and review progress while documenting all activities for defensibility.
Presenters: Jeremy Montz, Training and Development Manager, Exterro Kevin Cahill, Alliances and Channel Development Manager, Catalyst Gabe Luchetta, Director of Product Management, Catalyst

 

 

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