Anacomp and IPRO announce strategic alliance

Anacomp has announced an alliance with IPRO which will integrate IPRO’s eCapture software application into CaseLogistix.

Anacomp does rather good press releases this days and I cannot better their own description

The integration between IPRO eCapture and CaseLogistix eliminates batch transfers between the applications and the associated human and system overhead. Users will be able to load large sets of unknown documents, files, and materials more rapidly and in a completely native workflow, eliminating the costly and time-consuming process of converting native files to TIFF images and extracting the text files.

IPRO eCapture is a distributed processing application. A Controller/Queue Manager handles the source data, giving out the processing tasks to the connected workstations. They can be set to search, filter and cull the data, then index and hash – uniquely identify – the results. IPRO eCapture then extracts the metadata, creates searchable text files, de-duplicates and ultimately exports the end-product.

The end user’s interest is to get the potentially disclosable / discoverable data weeded of the dross (however that may be defined) and run efficiently through something which will apply a consistent process to it in the fastest time, with the lowest overhead cost, and the minimum of room for operator error. When coupled with Anacomp’s new on-demand hosting model for CaseLogistix, the alliance ought to mean that the transition from collection to lawyer review is as quick, seamless and cost-effective as possible.

See Anacomp’s press release for more information.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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