DENVER, Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Catalyst, provider of the world's fastest and most scalable document repositories for discovery and regulatory compliance, today announced the launch of an enhanced native viewer for Catalyst Insight. The new viewer provides a unified experience for Insight users across hundreds of file formats. For the first time, reviewers can handle a variety of document types through a single, unified viewer.
"Catalyst's mission is to provide the fastest and most efficient review experience possible. Until this point, we've been focused on improving the speed of review with just the technology. Now we're focusing on the user experience," said John Tredennick, Catalyst's founder and CEO. "Rather than simply tweaking one knob or another, every part of the platform has to work in concert with a focus on reducing the total cost of discovery."
The new Insight viewer also provides a rich highlighting environment allowing the user to create highlight groups of search terms, personal terms, key terms as well as spot items like email addresses, credit card numbers, social security numbers and other pattern-based matches; all from a customizable user interface. A sample of the Insight document viewer types include such popular formats as:
- PDF and TIFF images;
- CAD drawings;
- Open Office;
- Medical image formats; and
- A number of others.
"This has been an important initiative for Catalyst and our clients," said Daniel Au Yeung, Catalyst's director of product management. "We are driven to make the review experience as painless as possible. Providing a near-native view across hundreds of formats brings us one step closer to our goal."
Catalyst designs, hosts and services the world's fastest and most powerful document repositories for large-scale discovery and regulatory compliance. For more than sixteen years, corporations and their counsel have relied on Catalyst to help reduce litigation costs and take control of complex legal matters. To learn more, visit catalystsecure.com or follow the company on Twitter at @CatalystSecure.