August 14, 2013

Thomson Reuters Launches Case Logistix 6.0

Enhanced search, analytics, OCR, navigation and user interface for e-discovery document review

EAGAN, Minn. – Thomson Reuters today announced the launch of Case Logistix® 6.0. This latest version offers several major new features that help users quickly and intuitively organize, review, analyze and produce documents, whether sourced from paper, electronically stored information (ESI), or anything in between.

Case Logistix is a scalable document review, analysis, and production software platform that provides a quick, simple, and accurate way to review ESI and other case documents. Case Logistix is part of Thomson Reuters Litigation Technology and Services, the most comprehensive set of integrated tools, services and content to help attorneys be more productive at each stage of a matter and more efficient in creating superior work product.  

New features in Case Logistix 6.0 include:

Fully customizable user interface

A new user interface presents a streamlined, intuitive design, which can be quickly and easily customized to a user’s personal preferences.

Advanced search

Users can more easily build complex searches without having to understand complicated SQL (structured query language). They can then easily save, share and combine their search with another query. In addition to the new Advanced Search, the Quick Search function now provides search-within-results for faster refining of searches.

Built-in OCR

Native format documents can be processed with OCR (optical character recognition) from within Case Logistix. The resulting text output is fully searchable. Using OCR within Case Logistix eliminates the time and expense of using third-party image conversion applications or optical scanners.

Advanced analytics

Concept clustering, e-mail threading and near-duplicate document analysis increase the speed and accuracy of document review by finding meaningful patterns in data and understanding the relationships between documents.

Enhanced navigation

Session history allows users to quickly locate and return to earlier tasks.

“The improvements in Case Logistix 6.0 mean faster, more efficient and accurate document review,” said Kristin Nimsger, managing director & general manager, Practice Technology & Services, Thomson Reuters. “Case Logistix 6.0 eases the work, reduces the costs and mitigates the risks of e-discovery. It allows attorneys to focus on the more important aspects of the case, rather than tedious, time-consuming document review. This enhances the quality of the work product and increases the value provided to clients.  

“In addition to its many outstanding features,” continued Nimsger, “Case Logistix integrates with other components in our suite of litigation solutions, including Case Notebook and Drafting Assistant, enabling even greater productivity in the litigation workflow.”

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