Catalyst Insight empowers users to organize, cull and produce documents quickly, regardless of format, language and programs of origin. Implementations may involve millions of unique documents, and Perceptive Document Filters was selected due in part to its ability to make this content searchable for immediate recall and review.
Catalyst cited speed and implementation time as being key metrics relating to the company’s long-term business growth. The Insight platform extracts text and meta-data, and makes documents ready for searching and review, in addition to creating web-friendly versions of common business files; Document Filters speeds and streamlines this process for customers.
“We are excited to be able to integrate Perceptive Document Filters into the Catalyst Insight platform,” said
“Catalyst customers—and other global businesses—face significant e-discovery, compliance and visibility challenges as they conduct business across any number of regions, business units and financial operations,” said
About Catalyst Repository Systems
For over 15 years, Catalyst has been a pioneer of delivering secure, cloud-based software to help corporations and their law firms take control of e-discovery, compliance and regulatory matters. Catalyst helps to ensure repeatable, defensible and measurable business processes that provide cost reduction and predictability, greater control over the e-discovery process and better visibility. The Catalyst Insight E-Discovery Platform and Insight Predict enable clients to successfully work with a single matter and seamlessly migrate to multi-matter discovery within the same software platform. A pioneer in global language e-discovery, advanced search and analytics methodologies, Predictive Ranking and big data e-discovery, Catalyst has served many of the largest companies and law firms in the world. For more information, please visit Catalyst at http://www.catalystsecure.com or follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/catalystsecure.
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