Daegis Online Calculators for Cross-Matter Management and Managed Document Review Used by Thousands

Daegis Online Calculators for Cross-Matter Management and Managed Document Review Used by Thousands to Predict eDiscovery Costs

Free Tools Help Calculate eDiscovery Costs and Track Review Progress to Ensure Critical Deadlines are Met

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Daegis (NAS: DAEG) , a leading provider of eDiscovery solutions, today announced that its two free online calculators for eDiscovery process management - the Daegis Managed Document Review Calculator and the Daegis Cross-Matter Management Savings Calculator - have been used by more than a thousand professionals in the last year to predict the cost and progress of eDiscovery projects.


The Managed Document Review Calculator quickly tracks review project status and provides an instant assessment of progress to assure that deliverables are on track to meet vital milestones. By entering values for the number of documents to review, reviewers, hours per day, and average review rate, users can easily determine if their project is meeting required deadlines.

Cross-Matter ManagementTM is an approach to managing eDiscovery that ensures an efficient and consistent discovery response across multiple matters. Instead of a narrow focus on discrete phases of the eDiscovery lifecycle and individual cases, Cross-Matter Management integrates eDiscovery processes across a series of matters. Using the Daegis Cross-Matter Management Calculator, users can enter numbers for custodians, documents and matters involved in a project to obtain a snapshot of anticipated cost savings.

"Managing eDiscovery in a timely, cost-efficient and defensible manner is critical to assuring desired outcomes," says Deborah Jillson, President of Daegis. "It can be difficult to project costs and timing, especially with very large and complex cases. We're very pleased our online calculators are being used to help professionals track their progress at each stage to assure projects are completed on time and on budget and quantify cost savings by using Cross-Matter Management."

"Discovery projects can be plagued with expensive and unpredictable variables that can be hard to quantify," says Chuck Pindell, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Daegis. "Our calculators take the guesswork out of the equation. At Daegis, we want to help organizations meet even the most rigorous deadlines with successful outcomes and predictable investments, and our tools help legal organizations realize this goal."

The Daegis calculators are free to use and available online. To access them, please visit: http://www.ediscoverycalculators.com/.

About Daegis

Daegis is the eDiscovery division of Daegis Inc. (NAS: DAEG) . We deliver market-leading eDiscovery software through Daegis Edge, our end-to-end platform for managing the entire litigation lifecycle, and Daegis Acumen, our revolutionary predictive coding software. Daegis also offers data collection, analytics consulting, project management and managed document review services. Visit us at Daegis.com, www.facebook.com/daegis or follow us on Twitter @Daegis.



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