Trinity Technologies, Informative Graphics Join Forces

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Scottsdale, Ariz. — April 7
Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), a provider of viewing, collaboration and redaction technology, announced an integration partnership with Trinity Technologies. Trinity Technologies, which configures, integrates, customizes and implements content management systems for EMC Documentum clients, has integrated IGC’s Brava and Redact-It Enterprise products into its Legal ISE suite.

The Legal ISE content management and legal discovery platform, coupled with IGC’s electronic viewing, collaboration and redaction offering delivers a solution for enterprise-wide management of electronic records. The companies say the combined solution now eliminates the need for costly, manual reviews typically outsourced to legal service providers, and reduces legal risk and costs in lieu of a discovery event.

The 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Survey showed that commercial expenditures on electronic data discovery (EDD) topped $2.7 billion in 2007, up 43 percent from 2006, and predicted they will grow by 21 percent, 20 percent and 15 percent in 2008, 2009 and 2010, which equates to a $4.6 billion market at the end of 2010.

“The research from Socha-Gelbmann reveals that the e-discovery market is expected to grow 15 percent over the next year, exceeding $4.6 billion by 2010,” said George Socha, founder of Socha Consulting. “With fast and accurate document review an important part of the e-discovery spectrum, vendors with strategic advantages in this area will be capable of better serving organizations.”

Legal ISE is a comprehensive records management and legal discovery platform, deployed as part of the EMC Documentum Enterprise Content Management Suite. The system provides e-discovery and proactive records management for defining compliance requirements, and configuring and implementing solutions. Legal ISE aims to provide enterprise-wide management of electronic records, and substantially reduce legal risks of non-compliance and litigation through improved security, control and efficiency.

IGC’s Brava offers advanced multi-format, Windows-based viewing of documents, images and CAD files from applications like Word, Excel and AutoCAD, as well as print-capture formats like TIFF, PDF, XPS, DWF and CSF. Both Brava and Redact-It provide intelligent redaction, automatically removing sensitive content through user-defined policy-based controls. Additionally, IGC’s technology provides document security with embedded usage controls for authorized document access, even outside the company.

“By incorporating Brava and Redact-It into our Legal ISE suite, we have created an end-to-end solution for review, classification and redaction for proactive discovery and records management,” said Joseph P. Morray Jr., president of Trinity Technologies Corporation. “The bottom-line benefits of this integration will bring proactive records management from the back room to the boardroom.”

“Any organization that has gone through e-discovery knows what a painful, time-consuming and expensive process it can be,” said Gary Heath, CEO of IGC. “Now, they want to automate as much of the process as possible to lower their costs. By incorporating Brava and Redact-It into the Legal ISE suite, Trinity customers can achieve maximum benefit while eliminating the legal risk and financial drain of manual e-discovery and electronic redaction processes.”

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