Catalyst, a pioneer in providing cloud-based document repositories for e-discovery in complex legal matters, today launched Catalyst InsightSM, its innovative e-discovery review platform, at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual conference. Insight provides a field-tested, client-approved e-discovery platform specifically built for powering big data legal cases through the heart of the litigation lifecycle.
“With Insight, our goal was to create a powerful new generation of e-discovery platform, one that could scale to handle the largest legal matters in the world without the compromises required by traditional search platforms,” said John Tredennick, Catalyst’s founder and CEO. “Insight handles the complexity of big data, yet provides users with a simple, elegant and organized e-discovery review experience.”
“Insight’s speed and scalability is stunning,” said William Hamilton, partner at Quarles & Brady and adjunct professor of e-discovery at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. “This latest Catalyst offering is built on an XML platform that presents one eye-popping feature after another.”
With Insight, legal professionals can efficiently and quickly identify, categorize and review massive volumes of electronic documents. It is the first e-discovery platform in the industry built with XML technology, enabling it to combine metadata, tags and text in a unified, searchable data store. Insight’s lightning-fast search results, stunning visual analytics and customizable review workflow allow legal teams to manage the largest and most complex cases with ease. With the capabilities to capture data from multiple, disparate sources no matter the size, scope or complexity of cases, Insight helps legal teams achieve dramatic gains in efficiency, security and scalability through a single powerful platform.