Near Instantaneous Document Presentation Drives Acceptance of OneO® Discovery Platform from Orange Legal Technologies for eDiscovery Review

March 19, 2013

User-Centric Development Approach Results in Faster Document Transmission Speeds, Near Instantaneous Document Presentation and an End to System Induced Reviewer Delays.

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 19, 2013

Orange Legal Technologies, a leading provider of electronic discovery technology and services for law firms and corporations, today highlighted the groundswell of legal reviewer support for its OneO Discovery Platform based on the unique software architecture and integration employed to significantly decrease the time it takes for documents to present themselves to reviewers in the course of legal document reviews.

Development Approach Decreases System Induced Review Delays

“In general, most eDiscovery hosting platforms are built leveraging the most efficient software architecture from a developer´s point of view,” shared Bret Laughlin, Founder and CEO of Orange Legal Technologies. “At Orange Legal Technologies, we took a different approach and developed our OneO Discovery Platform with the most efficient software architecture from a user´s perspective. This user-centric development approach highly leverages a terminal services architecture and manifests itself to end users in the form of faster document transmission speeds, near instantaneous document presentation and an end to system induced review lag time delays.”

Faster Document Transmission and Review Speeds

Most hosting platforms are web-based applications that require entire documents to be transferred over the web and opened by applications residing on the reviewer´s workstation. This web-based approach, highly dependent on browsers, bandwidth and client side native applications, can cause time, cost and security challenges that highly impact both the conduct of reviews (quality of review) and the business of eDiscovery (cost of review).

“Orange Legal Technologies´ software architecture approach alleviates the challenges typically associated with a web-based approach by leveraging a custom implementation of terminal services architecture,” noted Jerry Correia, President of Orange Legal Technologies. “Simply stated, this approach does not require entire documents to be transferred over the web, as only images of the documents need to be transferred. This approach decreases connectivity bandwidth requirements and results in faster and near instantaneous document presentation.”

Additionally, based on the server-centric architecture of the OneO Discovery Platform, reviewers do not have to have a full library of native applications on their workstations in order to review transferred documents. Orange Legal Technologies´ maintains a complete portfolio of native applications on its terminal servers and as reviewers are working directly with the servers (instead of transferred documents), users are able to review documents in their native format from any workstation regardless of that workstations´ installed applications or underlying operating system.

eDiscovery Integration Increases Review Efficiency

Most eDiscovery platforms are built as a series of individual applications that are integrated at the platform level to present a unified offering. This results in increased data transfer challenges as data must be ingested, acted up, and moved to the next application during the eDiscovery process. When one considers that most providers leverage several eDiscovery platforms in the delivery of their eDiscovery support, one can see how multiple task and application data transfer points can impact eDiscovery workflow and adversely impact overall task and cost efficiency in the delivery of eDiscovery while increasing the risk of spoliation.

“The OneO Discovery Platform is an advanced technology platform that provides clients completely integrated, web- accessible online analytics (early case/data assessment), processing and review of electronically stored information (ESI) from the security of a hosted centralized repository,” commented Michael Delis, Vice President of Business Operations for Orange Legal Technologies. “This application level integration means clients load data once and can leverage integrated early case assessment, processing and review capabilities at any point in the eDiscovery process. This approach also alleviates many of the data transfer inefficiencies of other platforms and providers and significantly decreases time, cost and risk in the conduct of eDiscovery.”

Additionally, when used in combination with OrangeLT´s One® Decision Near-Duplicate Document Review Accelerator and Complete Managed Review Service, the OneO Discovery Platform has the potential of reducing review costs by up to 70%[i].

Learn More. Today.

To learn more about how OrangeLT can increase your review capabilities with the OneO Discovery Platform, contact us today for an introductory briefing and demonstration.

About Orange Legal Technologies

OrangeLT is a leading provider of electronic discovery technology and services for law firms and corporations. Having served over 1,000 clients since inception and with over 250 clients leveraging the OneO® Discovery Platform since its introduction, OrangeLT has worked with some of the world´s most well known corporations and law firms and has been recognized in leading analyst and media publications from such organizations as Gartner, IDC, 451 Research, Inc. Magazine and Forbes.

OrangeLT offers a complete suite of electronic discovery services, including collection, analysis, processing, review and production of digital and paper-based information. OrangeLT is enabled by the OneO® Discovery Platform — an integrated, web-accessible electronic discovery platform that provides online analysis, processing, and review of unstructured data from the security of a hosted centralized repository. For additional information on Orange Legal Technologies, please visit our website at: http://www.orangelt.com.


[i] Orange Legal Technologies´ Service and Technology Pricing. Orange Legal Technologies. January 2013.

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