August 16, 2017
Companion Suite Expands to Serve Litigation Attorneys, Offering Them Competitive Advantage
Las Vegas, NV – Microsystems, the leading provider of document authoring, editing, formatting, proofreading, and metadata scrubbing software serving the legal and life sciences industries, has unveiled Litigation Companion at the ILTA conference in Las Vegas today. The next evolution of Microsystems’ Companion suite, Litigation Companion complements Contract Companion and DocXtools Companion with invaluable citation-checking technology that empowers litigators to quickly identify and validate citations within a document.
“Litigators have a huge caseload; drafting briefs, dealing with discovery, taking and defending depositions. Their work is court-oriented, but most of their time is spent preparing documents,” stated Avaneesh Marwaha, CEO & President of Microsystems. “A natural evolution of our product suite, Litigation Companion accelerates tedious document review and editing, ensuring litigators are able to focus on what really matters – winning their clients’ cases,” he explained.
Microsystems empowers tens of thousands of attorneys in delivering higher quality contracts and agreements through real world application of artificial intelligence. “Litigation attorneys will now be able to access a trusted solution that delivers the same efficiency and accuracy to their citation review process that transactional attorneys have benefitted from for years,” continued Avaneesh Marwaha.
“At Microsystems we are continuously innovating so that we may better support and empower lawyers around the world. The addition of a product serving litigation attorneys represents an important extension to our portfolio and enables us to better serve the needs across an entire firm,” Marwaha concluded.
Microsystems is the leading provider of software for drafting, proofreading, comparing, repairing and cleaning documents in the legal and life sciences industries worldwide. Five core products optimize all stages of the document production lifecycle, improving content quality and formatting, identifying errors and inconsistencies, mitigating risk, and enhancing document production efficiency. Today, Microsystems supports more than 650 document-intensive organizations across the globe, helping them satisfy the complex demands of clients and regulators. For more information, visit www.microsystems.com