CT Summation, a provider of litigation workflow and eDiscovery offerings, has released iBlaze 3.0, which enhances electronic document management and production processes.
The company claims that litigation workflow tool iBlaze empowers attorneys, paralegals and all legal professionals to cost-effectively manage the volumes of electronically stored information from case assessment through production.
According to CT Summation, the newly released product equips users to take control of all documents, electronic evidence, exhibits and transcripts from initial review through production. Its functionalities include, easily search and review redacted documents and language, globally redact the same area on everything; conduct rapid reviews with multiple-page views and condensed-transcript printing.
In addition, it also comes with added features such as document family feature which ensures collaboration with multiple-user access for production-set creation and completion, near-native document view. It allows users to view documents without the need for desktop conversion or synchronisation and helps them to convert native files into tagged image file format files to enhance review, redaction and production.
Tom Rump, general manager of CT Summation, said: iBlaze is the number-one litigation workflow product on the market and valued by law firms and legal departments of all shapes and sizes. By making the eDiscovery process faster, more accurate and manageable with a single software solution, iBlaze allows users to optimally control every piece of data related to a case.
Christine Taylor, eDiscovery analyst at Taneja Group, said: CT Summation is one of the best-known and most firmly entrenched vendors in eDiscovery and litigation project management. iBlaze 3.0 is a next-generation product that strengthens its case analysis and review capabilities and expands CT Summation’s reach into the production stage of eDiscovery. With iBlaze, legal professionals can quickly and accurately get their eDiscovery analysed, produced, and out the door.