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ReadySuite v4.6 Now Available; Demo Thursday 10/18
Posted Oct 17, 2012 in Uncategorized
Richmond, VA – October 17, 2012 – Compiled Services, the developers of litigation support and e-Discovery software ReadySuite, today announced added features and improved performance with the release of version 4.6 of the software, including a new document view window, duplicate document warning, faster navigation and better performance when adding large document sets. The new updates, along with other features, will be shown during a live demo on Thursday, October 18 at 1:00 p.m. ET. Registration is available at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/751418897.
ReadySuite 4.6 improvements are largely a result of user requests and include:
• A new document view window for viewing specific documents.
• A warning system for duplicate filenames when exporting documents.
• A new field so users can track the load order of documents from imports.
• “Recent projects” tool for users to keep track of their most recently used projects and places.
• Functionality to clear resources associations (images, text, native files) from documents.
• Improved user interface.
• Faster navigation between documents.
• Faster importing of large document sets.
Attorneys, litigation support professionals and e-Discovery vendors can attend the public demonstration on Thursday, October 18 at 1:00 ET free of charge. The demo will include how ReadySuite can be used to improve quality control of e-Discovery output, convert load files from one format to another, quickly brand or rebrand images and more. To register, go to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/751418897.
ReadySuite is a bundled suite of specialized litigation software for handling various document-related tasks. The software includes modules for reviewing, validating, merging, and manipulating load files, converting among multiple image formats such as TIFF and PDF, applying or removing endorsements from image sets, generating searchable text and PDF files using OCR, and batch printing image sets to high capacity printers.