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Free Downloads of ReadyConvert E-Discovery Software on Friday, April 27
Posted Apr 26, 2012 in News
Richmond, VA – April 26, 2012 – Compiled Services, the developers of litigation support and e-discovery software ReadySuite, announces the first of its “Freebie Fridays” when it will offer free downloads of the ReadyConvert module of ReadySuite. ReadyConvert allows litigation support teams to quickly and accurately verify their discovery deliverables. ReadyConvert will be available Friday, April 27th only for free downloads at http://compiledservices.com/click.php?r=5.
Litigation support professionals use ReadyConvert to convert load files to and from standard industry formats, including EDRM XML. The software supports load file formats such as Opticon, Summation, Trial Director, IPRO, EDRM, Ringtail, and Delimited Text. The product also allows users to:
- Extract metadata from load files
- Verify load file integrity, ensuring referenced files exist
- Generate load files from single or multipage image folders
- View images, text, thumbnails and metadata side-by-side
- Generate cross reference reports with custom fields
- Filter load files using custom search criteria
- Batch update or find/replace on metadata fields
The ReadyConvert software that will be available for free downloads on Friday, April 27, contains all the functionality of the paid version. The free version will include a six-month license. ReadyConvert usually sells for $279.95.The free download can be obtained only this Friday at: http://compiledservices.com/click.php?r=5.
ReadyConvert is one module in the complete ReadySuite software. 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.