|By Marketwired .||
|May 5, 2014 04:02 PM EDT||
PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- Ipro Tech, LLC, a worldwide leader in the design of e-Discovery software, today announced that Commonwealth Legal, a Canadian based company, successfully fulfilled all the requirements to join the Ipro Partnership Program as an Ipro Platinum Service Partner. This program's focus is to educate the substantial Ipro Service Provider network on Ipro tools, workflow, and best practices, as well as providing additional support and resources to Ipro's growing Reseller, Trainer, and Consultant communities.
"We are thrilled to be the very first Ipro Service Partner to reach Platinum Status," said Andrea Williams, Vice President, Client Services at Commonwealth Legal. "This achievement ties in with our strategy to change the way evidence is managed in Canada by empowering law firms to take control over their cases and enhance the traditional approach to document review. We are extremely proud of the hard work and dedication of our team to obtain this accomplishment."
Ipro Service Partners use Ipro solutions within their organizations to provide superior litigation support services to law firms and corporations around the world. Platinum Service Partners successfully fulfilled and maintained the most demanding infrastructure and staff certification requirements necessary to achieve their Ipro Partner Status, and are recognized by Ipro as a recommended vendor to law firms and corporations.
"We are excited to welcome Commonwealth Legal into this prestigious program, and that they are the first partner to reach Platinum Status," said Kim Taylor, President and COO of Ipro. "Our two organizations have been working together in partnership for nearly 15 years, which gives Commonwealth Legal unique insight into our products. By committing to this program, Commonwealth Legal continues to lead the charge in the Canadian market and implement Ipro's Enterprise platform as the 'everyday' discovery solution for law firms and corporations."
Ipro's Enterprise discovery suite offers the latest in early case assessment, e-discovery processing, web-based review, analytics, predictive coding, and high-speed production and transcript management functionality. Designed to streamline the discovery process, it combines advanced features with a simple, intuitive functionality for managing cases from case inception to trial. The Enterprise suite has a "Windows® 8 look and feel", which provides a consistent and user-friendly interface across all three of its applications -- Allegro, Eclipse, and eCapture. Customers can experience industry-leading functionality to manage evidence in a cost-effective format.
Ipro Enterprise 2013 is available through Commonwealth Legal as a direct installation within an organization's own infrastructure, as part of our cloud-based managed services offering, or as part of our new "Do-It-Yourself Discovery" model.
About Ipro Tech, LLC
Founded in 1989, Ipro is a global leader in the development of advanced software solutions used by legal professionals to streamline the discovery process. Ipro's worldwide network of corporations, law firms, government agencies, and legal service providers rely on Ipro's Enterprise platform to organize, review, process, and produce litigation data of vast sizes and complexity levels more efficiently and cost-effectively than ever before. For more information on Ipro, visit www.iprotech.com.
ABOUT COMMONWEALTH LEGAL
Commonwealth Legal is the Canadian market leader for evidence management and litigation support solutions, providing the only ISO 9001:2008 quality-certified e-discovery in the country. With over 10 years of experience servicing national and international markets, and as the first company to offer secure, online web-hosting solutions to the Canadian legal market, we have an unparalleled reputation for customer service excellence and expertise. Our comprehensive range of technology solutions, combined with the largest and most experienced professional services team in Canada, means we are able to successfully integrate technology, defensible processes, and proven best-practices to meet the unique needs of every client.
For more information about Commonwealth Legal, visit www.commonwealthlegal.com.
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