Enabling law firms and corporate legal departments to securely upload data directly into the CaseCentral eDiscovery Platform to conduct data analysis, CaseCentral has announced the immediate availability of the new self-service CaseCentral CloudConnect software.
Without the dependence on support staff, external vendors or law firms, CaseCentral's self-service capabilities empower counsel at any size company or law firm to manage parts of the process in-house. The new CaseCentral CloudConnect software complements an abundance of existing self-service capabilities, such as self-service ECA, review and production. While getting reduced errors inherent in a manual process, organizations also benefit from the speedy availability of data in the CaseCentral eDiscovery Platform, the company stated in a press release.
“More and more corporations and law firms are turning to Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) solutions, such as CaseCentral, for managing eDiscovery in-house. This is creating the need for more self-service, integration and automation," said Steve d'Alencon, vice president of product management and marketing, CaseCentral. "The CaseCentral CloudConnect software is another example of how CaseCentral is leading the eDiscovery automation and self-service movement to control the cost, and reduce the risk and time of conducting eDiscovery.”
A manual process of copying ESI (News - Alert) to media and shipping it to a vendor or firm for processing, de-duplication and loading into an eDiscovery tool, which often take days or weeks has now been replaced by The CaseCentral CloudConnect software. Users simply select the required files to upload (images, PSTs, etc.) and the software automatically encrypts, transfers, processes, de-duplicates and loads the data per client specifications, instead with CaseCentral CloudConnect.
Recently, the company announced that the Golden Bridge Business Awards has named the CaseCentral eDiscovery Platform R5 as the winner in the "Best New Products & Services: SaaS or Cloud Computing" category of the 3rd Annual Golden Bridge Awards. The CaseCentral eDiscovery Platform leads the movement of establishing eDiscovery as a strategic business process and leveraging the benefits of cloud computing.Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf