Managed service organizations and software providers are increasingly joining forces in order to offer a one-stop shopping model. For professionals says complicated e-discovery cases combining employees and software can be vital. A software combination and managed review tool called Catalyst Managed Review has been launched by Catalyst Respiratory system in August. The package includes Catalyst the company’s search, catalyst Insights, analytics and review platform as well as technology assisted review engine called inside Predict alongside the reviewers versed and review managers in the software.
Sean Doherty, an analyst at 451 Research centering on compliance, governance, and e-discovery to handle complicated e-discovery cases, combo packages can be necessary. In order to optimize software and lessen the cost for all except classy customers. Catalyst Repository Systems targets to offer customers the one-stop shop of integrated services and software where a retailer would be skillful in applying its software to a matter while offering SaaS (software as a service) with managed reviews.
He added that Thomson Reuters, Kroll Ontrack and TCDI in offering managed review services were also followed by Catalyst. Legal process outsourcing company DTIscooped up Epiq Systems late September even though neither companies are software developers. The managed service industry in growing, the sale being a potential indicator.