Anacomp, the business process solutions company which acquired CaseLogistix last year, has announced that it is now making CaseLogistix available on-demand via its hosted docHarbor information platform.
CaseLogistix was anyway one of the most interesting litigation support review applications on the market and was a natural choice when Anacomp went looking for a litigation front-end for its vast hosting facilities. It is hard to argue with Anacomp’s own description of CaseLogistix as a powerful and versatile litigation review and integration solution available today, providing a complete system for streamlined electronic document organization, annotation, discovery management and production.
Distinguishing features in the new Version 5.2 include full Unicode compliance (that is, it can handle multiple languages) and wide support for native files – 150 file types are supported without the need for file conversions or third-party applications. This means, amongst other benefits, that files do not have to be converted to TIFF or PDF for review.
Anacomp’s hosting capability and experience should guarantee the speed, security and support which is essential for an on-line service. The on-demand capability means that users do not have to provide their own infrastructure, skills and staff – attractive to many, but perhaps most importantly to those with only a few cases. Users with only one or two big cases, for example, find it hard to justify the capital investment and support commitment of a self-hosted solution. This should appeal in the UK market where few firms yet run all their cases electronically yet must handle the occasional big case in that way.