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AccessData Group, a leading provider of digital forensics, cyber security and e-discovery software, announced a partnership agreement with Commonwealth Legal, a Canadian market leader for evidence management solutions with a focus on e-discovery and litigation support. Commonwealth Legal will provide its clients with AccessData’s Summation 4.1, which features post data collection e-discovery processes in addition to case management and transcript functions.
“We are pleased that Commonwealth Legal, a litigation support leader and a longstanding Summation partner, has extended its support of our industry-leading Summation product,” said Tim Leehealey, CEO of AccessData. “We look forward to further building a tight relationship with Commonwealth as they provide a new and innovative Summation experience to their clients.”
The new web-based Summation platform is simple to use and seamlessly combines data processing, early case assessment and final review for a more efficient workflow. The recently released Summation 4.1 incorporates considerable client and partner feedback into its design and core features. Updated features include imaging enhancements, database caching to enable faster response, and an editable grid view.
“We are proud to be AccessData’s first Summation hosting partner in Canada,” said Karen Brookman, president, Commonwealth Legal. “Summation has been the litigation software of choice for Canadian law firms for more than a decade, so we are excited to bring the highly anticipated ‘next generation’ release of Summation 4.1 to market. Offering Summation as a true web-based, end-to-end, scalable e-discovery solution will address an immediate need for law firms looking for a reliable solution to manage their cases.”