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Catalyst Partners With Target Litigation Consulting to Offer Comprehensive E-Discovery Technology and Services

Strategic Partnership Combines Top-Quality Review Technology, Project Management and E-Discovery Services in a Single Package

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/14 -- Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc. -- a pioneer in secure, cloud-based software to help corporations and their law firms take control of e-discovery, compliance and regulatory matters -- today announced a strategic partnership with Boston-based Target Litigation Consulting, Inc., a full-service litigation support company serving corporations and law firms in New England and across the U.S.

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The new partnership enables companies and law firms to leverage the combined expertise and technology of two leading e-discovery providers. Catalyst clients will be able to draw upon the practical experience of Target Litigation, which for 12 years has offered clients cost-effective litigation support services. Target Litigation clients will gain access to Catalyst's secure, powerful XML-based e-discovery platform, Catalyst Insight, and its technology-assisted review engine, Insight Predict, which reduces cost and risk, saves time and simplifies e-discovery processes.

"Target Litigation Consulting has a well-earned reputation as a leading provider of litigation support services in New England and beyond," said John Tredennick, Catalyst's founder and CEO. "This partnership integrates our expertise to offer the region a comprehensive client experience that includes outstanding customer service, superior technology and unparalleled e-discovery services."

"At Target, we take pride in offering our clients the best technology in the industry," said Jonathan Rubel, Target Litigation's President. "We are excited to be able to offer our clients Catalyst's powerful, state-of-the-art review tool, which provides exceptional speed and scalability, and makes e-discovery a much more efficient process."

To learn more about Catalyst's partner programs or to become a Catalyst partner, please contact: Christopher J. Toomey, Esq., Catalyst Director of Alliances and Channel Development at [email protected] or 1.303.824.0831.

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, Catalyst's "Big Discovery" platform, and Insight Predict, our advanced technology-assisted review engine, to reduce discovery costs and associated risks. Corporations 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: @catalystsecure.

About Target Litigation

Since 2002, Target Litigation Consulting has been New England's leading provider of litigation support and electronic discovery services to corporations, government entities and law firms. Target Litigation is known for the expertise of its professionals and the impeccable quality and timeliness of its work. Unlike its competitors, Target Litigation's senior staff works directly with clients to make sure they receive the best possible support. Target Litigation's innovative, practical solutions offer clients cost-effective ways to use technology to their advantage.

For more information, visit Target Litigation at www.targetlitigation.com or call 617-542-0880.

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