Increase Your Control, Lower Your Costs and Reduce Your Risk
Corporate legal departments are constantly looking for better ways to manage e-discovery. Catalyst's central document repository provides a ready answer--one with increased control, lower costs and reduced risks.
Reduce Costs through Consolidated Spending
By consolidating e-discovery documents into a central repository, you can reduce total spending by 50% or more on aggregated volumes.
Cut Down on Mistakes by Eliminating Data Handoffs
Our central repository gives you a single place to load, process, search, review and produce your documents. Documents don't get lost moving from vendor to vendor. Metadata doesn't get mangled. Tight deadlines are more easily met.
Load Data Seamlessly into Your Central Repository
Send files directly to Catalyst. Our automated system processes, loads, searches, tags and batches your files for review in hours, without the inevitable problems that come from manual loading.
Review Consistently Across Cases and Counsel
Save on discovery costs by standardizing best practices and workflows. Documents can be reused. Workflow becomes more efficient and effective. Tagging is consistent across cases. Privilege is better protected.
Handle Big and Small Cases in One Platform
Catalyst's secure, multi-language platform scales to handle the largest of cases, yet is perfect for smaller ones too. One interface across cases makes it easy for everyone on your team. Training costs are reduced, efficiency improves.
Predictive ranking does not replace human review; it turbocharges it. By integrating computer intelligence within the review workflow, predictive ranking can help you find key documents quicker and cut your review costs without increased risk.
What People Are Saying
"Getting data to and from a review platform can be a painful and slow process. Catalyst designed a direct feed for us, where we post our data to a secured site and it goes to their data center for direct upload. This cuts out potentially critical review time in burning the data to an external media and then shipping. Plus, it takes several information security concerns out of the data transfer process."