|By Marketwired .||
|February 4, 2014 10:36 AM EST||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/04/14 -- At LegalTech New York, Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc., the leader in secure, cloud-based discovery software that powers global discovery for corporate counsel and law firms, today announced a strategic alliance with Hoboken, N.J.-based Inspired Review, a managed review firm that has created a new model for document review, maximizing defensibility and efficiency while delivering significant cost savings.
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Inspired Review will now be able to offer its clients the power, speed, and scalability of Catalyst's big data e-discovery platform, Catalyst Insight, which was specifically designed for big data review. Inspired Review clients will also have access to Catalyst's hosting and consulting services offered through the company's U.S. and Japanese operations and data centers. Catalyst clients will gain access to Inspired Review's extensive experience in managing complex document review and its nationwide talent base of attorneys, litigation support and e-discovery professionals, and foreign language review and translation specialists. They will also have access to Inspired Review's low-cost, predictable document review model, which leverages in-depth, statistically validated quality control and targeted search methodologies to ensure review defensibility and achieve maximum accuracy.
"Inspired Review is a true innovator in managed document review," said John Tredennick, Catalyst's founder and CEO. "They've developed an entirely new model for document review that aligns incentives among review attorneys, the corporate client, the law firm and the vendor to produce greater efficiency, lower costs and enhanced defensibility. With this alliance, we're excited to be able to offer our clients the best possible integration of managed review and technology assisted review."
"I'm excited to have Catalyst and Inspired Review working together to meet the needs of our client on a new matter with complex discovery," said Michael Dalewitz, Founder & CEO of Inspired Review. "Aligning our workflows and document review expertise with Catalyst's technology will provide our client with the opportunity to achieve an accurate and defensible process and price points that this industry has not seen before."
Technology assisted review (TAR), visual analytics, and properly aligned and validated review workflows all benefit law firms and their clients. The Catalyst and Inspired Review partnership leverages each of those elements to produce better results and satisfied clients.
To learn more about Catalyst's partner programs or to become a Catalyst partner, please contact Christopher Toomey, Catalyst's Director of Alliances and Channel Development at [email protected] or 1.303.824.0831.
To visit Catalyst at LegalTech New York, go to booth #1511.
About Catalyst Repository Systems
A pioneer in cloud-based litigation technology, Catalyst provides global corporations and their counsel with secure, hosted document repositories to manage discovery, regulatory inquiries and other complex legal matters. Clients use Insight, our "Big Discovery" platform, and Insight Predict, our advanced technology assisted review engine, to reduce discovery costs and associated risks. In the bargain, they gain greater control and predictability over the discovery process and greater visibility across all their legal matters.
For more information, visit Catalyst at catalystsecure.com or follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/catalystsecure.
About Inspired Review
Inspired Review is a Managed Review firm launched to "disrupt" a marketplace that has been considered commoditized for a long time and has now seen a race to the bottom. We have launched a new model for document review that should forever change the way corporations and law firms approach their buying model for these services.
Creating aligned incentives with the attorneys performing review, the corporate client, the law firm and the vendor, has allowed us to create a predictable, low-cost model that can rival all US based cost structures, and even offshore. We have developed in depth, statistically validated QC, validation and targeted search methodologies that will ensure the defensibility of your review and minimize any risk of error. We have never had to invoke a clawback agreement.
Whether you need a robust managed review model, a better option for first review or would like an integrated managed/technology assisted review, Inspired Review has a different low-cost tier models for all.
Inspired Review is dedicated to our clients and the community and donates a portion of the profits from each engagement to the charity of our client's choice. For more information, please visit Inspired Review at www.InspiredReview.com or follow us on Twitter at: @InspiredReviewL.
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