Huntingdon Valley, PA (PRWEB) January 28, 2012
AlphaLit, a nationally recognized full service provider of litigation support services, today announced its strategic alliance with Reston, VA-based advanced analytics and conceptual search leader, Content Analyst Company. The combination of Content Analyst’s advanced analytics engine, CAAT, for exploring and evaluating unstructured documents, emails, and other text records with AlphaLit’s longstanding litigation support expertise provides clients with tremendous advantages for success. “In addition to our cutting-edge tools and proven practices, Content Analyst’s technology will help us offer a common-sense approach to document metrics that appeals to clients,” says founder Dale Drury.
Content Analyst’s patented advanced analytics technologies are based on Latent Semantic Indexing, which can work across languages and platforms and are used to address electronic discovery, records management, social media analysis and government intelligence matters. “We are pleased to welcome AlphaLit, a proven industry leader with a great reputation for providing top-quality solution to their clients, to our growing network of partners that are leveraging,” says Kurt Michel, president and CEO of Content Analyst Company. “AlphaLit’s thoughtful implementation of the CAAT email threading and near duplicate will allow them help their clients efficiently manage the growing collections of documents involved in today’s matters. The full integration of CAAT’s advanced analytics into the E-Direct platform will raise the bar for other review platforms.”
AlphaLit will leverage insights from CAAT’s metrics to address near-duplication and foster e-mail threading for more efficient bulk tagging. This new partnership will bolster the defensibility of its legal teams, enhance its one-click quality control methods and potentially lower client costs. The Intuitive search capabilities and clustering produced by AlphaLit’s unique filtering “suggestions” will, for example, provide results exponentially faster yielding greater understanding and better outcomes.
AlphaLit is a leading provider of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) services to America’s largest corporations and most prestigious law firms for second requests and litigation matters. Having set the gold standard for discovery document management for the past 25 years, the company has successfully handled over 10,000 projects and processed over 5 billion documents. Today, AlphaLit leverages its advanced technology solutions and the experience of its production managers and case law professionals to ensure that clients have the highest levels of quality, security, reliability and personal service in every aspect of their discovery needs. While the technologies have changed over the years, the fundamentals have remained the same and AlphaLit has quietly prospered by combining proven technology, flexibility, experience and know how. Located near Philadelphia, AlphaLit operates from a secure, 150,000 square foot, ISO 27001 compliant, state-of-the-art facility. To learn more, visit: http://www.AlphaLit.com.
About Content Analyst Company:
Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Content Analyst® is a leader of content analytics and search technology. Its CAAT software provides advanced, concept-based analytics for a wide range of customers, from highly-classified intelligence installations to brand and market awareness researchers to cutting-edge eDiscovery providers. For all these customers, CAAT exponentially reduces the time needed to discern relevant knowledge from large volumes of information. CAAT has been voted one of KMWorld’s Trend Setting Products for four years in a row, Content Analyst Company was voted one of KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter for three years in a row, and is member of their Hall of Fame.
To learn more about CAAT and how Content Analyst helps organizations speed their ability to find, organize, and discover key business information and ultimately improve productivity, visit their website at http://www.contentanalyst.com, or email info(at)contentanalyst(dot)com.
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