Greensboro, NC, January 27, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- TCDI, a leader in litigation technology and services for mass tort management, second requests, complex litigation, MDL case management, and cybersecurity today announces it will showcase the company’s software platforms and services at LegalTech New York taking place January 31-February 2, 2017.
LegalTech will provide over 10,000 attendees with opportunities to attend educational sessions as well as access to 100’s of exhibitors. Located at Booth #1311, TCDI will offer visitors a demonstration and extensive look at sophisticated, yet affordable and simple to use, eDiscovery solutions. Spanning data processing through production, TCDI will highlight recent enhancements and additions to their suite of software and services.
· CVFox: An affordable yet robust eDiscovery SaaS platform that brings together data processing, complex databases, ECA workflows and review strategies into one simplified product.
· CVSix: The enterprise platform trusted to manage large and complex cases and reviews with advanced workflows and analytics.
· Case and Transcript Management: Organize discovery and case related documents for mass tort and other complex litigation in one location with simple uploads and document management.
· Discovery WorkFlow: A standalone solution designed for inexpensive, high volume data processing-as-a-service for ingestion into any review platform.
In addition, representatives will be available to discuss new features and recent updates as well as well as our computer forensics and cybersecurity consulting services.
Since 1988, TCDI (Technology Concepts & Design, Inc.) has partnered with large corporations and law firms to provide advanced litigation support software and services for electronic discovery, hosted review and production and large-scale litigation case file management. The company combines the advanced technology of their proprietary flagship products, Clarvergence® (CV6), CVFox™ and Discovery Workflow®, and automation with superior client partnerships. and has been a technology partner in some of the largest litigation in U.S. history. To learn more, visit www.tcdi.com.