iPro Eclipse SE is an eDiscovery SQL-based desktop document review software that helps with copying, processing, filtering, and uploading data into databases with minimal human interaction. The software enables a speedy analysis and review of data, therefore avoiding lengthy upload times, especially when an agile response is required. Released in 2016, iPro Eclipse SE is considered a world leader in eDiscovery that allows users to streamline their workflows through features that include: password-protected and embedded files, support of multiple document archives, and intelligent file filtering options. The software is hailed for its fast processing abilities compared to conventional batch processing applications. It reduces the start to stop eDiscovery, and aids firms review, tracking, and process discovery affordably. The software is equally critical to reducing budget overruns and eliminating delay errors common with other eDiscovery systems. iPro Eclipse SE is user-friendly, achieves rapid results, and is scalable and is therefore ideal for companies searching for a robust and low-cost option to eDiscovery. More about the iPro Eclipse SE
CaseMap is database software that has been used in law practice for more than two decades, focusing on organizing, storing, retrieving, and summarizing information. It is essential software for both large and small litigation. CaseMap integrates well with iPro-Eclipse-SE and becomes a vital feature that enables one to redact and code documents and find them quickly. The software can capture, organize, and code various facts, documents, evidence, persons, legal issues, and research that is relevant to the case. Litigators in the case can quickly access information in the process of preparing for the case. I found the feature ideal for gathering critical information fast, enabling teamwork and collaboration through file sharing, and searching entire spreadsheets and documents. Indeed, purchasing all the software for litigation support and learning how each function works could have been tedious without NLST’s help. Given that law firms are likely to have varying litigation software, learning its support methods is likely to increase my chances of getting recruited. The overview of the computerized litigation support and learning which case justifies it and the ability to search and retrieve litigation support data fast regardless of the software is essential to having a thriving career at a law firm.