eDiscovery Early Case Assessment Accelerated by earlyCASE SaaS » read source
Full support for Lotus Notes and IBM Domino email files (NSF's) in its eDiscovery early case assessment software available as Software-as-a-Service "SaaS" from http://www.earlycase.com has been announced by an innovator in advanced early case assessment for Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and eDiscovery, Atlanta-based earlyCASE.
Using an on-demand deployment model (runs on your local PC) and analyzes the ESI that your computer can access without the data ever leaving your computer or network, earlyCASE is a SaaS web-based eDiscovery application.
earlyCASE allows you to see and understand all of your data before it is processed for discovery. It supports multiple languages, generates hash values, extracts metadata, detects duplicates and creates a local inventory database of documents and emails. Through filter and culling rules, earlyCASE allows users to make informed discovery decisions and easily cut down the size of data sets before going into the discovery process and review.
Companies spend millions of dollars annually on the review and analysis eDiscovery phases. The cost of processing and the time to review can be drastically reduced in the overall eDiscovery lifecycle by assessing data early and reducing the sets of data going to review.earlyCASE is now offered in three versions, a Basic (free) version, a Professional version for a small flat rate charge, regardless of the amount of data you analyze, and an enterprise edition.
The Basic version offers 25 high-quality eDiscovery reports, one which estimates your processing and review budget while providing an immediate understanding of your data. A 26(f) report for meet and confer is available with the Professional version to help clients reduce legal risk exposure by offering a necessary view of the legal case information--custodians, third parties, context, and more. earlyCASE provides you the tools and results to best understand, define and memorialize the ESI going into the meet and confer.