TERIS and PureDiscovery partner to bring PureDiscovery LegalSuite's Transparent Concept Search and Case Visualization to law firms and corporations

Seattle, WA– October 13, 2010 TERIS announced today that it has been selected as a national service provider and partner with PureDiscovery to offer their LegalSuite software to the eDiscovery market. PureDiscovery, the technology innovator that previously introduced transparent semantic search to the legal market, has created an unprecedented software suite containing transparent semantic search, case visualization and near duplicate detection.

“PureDiscovery has created an extremely compelling analytic tool that provides great benefits to our clients,” said John Hartman, Managing Partner, TERIS Central Region. “The software actually allows users to visually browse and experience case data much like GoogleTM Maps. LegalSuite allows us to self-organize data and assist with transparent and defensible concept search. For example, using this technology, it is easy to show why one series of documents are relevant to a particular case, but others are not,” Hartman added.

“With the current focus of the eDiscovery market shifting towards analytics and the value associated with more intelligently organizing case date, we are excited to extend our offerings through TERIS’ state-of-the-art data processing facilities. Together, the companies bring to market a very powerful platform for quickly processing and intelligently analyzing case data.” said Dave Copps, CEO of PureDiscovery.

With the addition of PureDiscovery, TERIS has greatly improved its comprehensive suite of client solutions that minimize cost and maximize efficiency through innovative functionality. TERIS also features a deep technical Project Management team with more than 60 technical certifications across the company. By expanding its offerings and adding talented professional staff, TERIS is accelerating its leadership position in the litigation support industry and continues to deliver unrivaled value to its clients.

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