Firms Discover CDPrint Automates Printing Of Electronic Data Discovery
Press release from the issuing company
Rochester, NY, May 17, 2005 - Rochester Software Associates (RSA) used the forum of AIIM / On Demand to announce CDPrint, a new solution for batch printing of Electronic Document Discovery (EDD) files received on CD, DVD or other media. CDPrint has already found a strong interest in the Legal Market, where printing of EDD files received as part of litigation discovery is a labor-intensive and time-consuming process.
Traditionally, an operator had to open each file in its native application, including emails and each attachment, send it to the printer, and keep records for accounting purposes. This routine was both time-consuming and prone to error. With CDPrint, the entire process is automated. CDPrint reads the files, converts them to print ready PDF and delivers them to its powerful output manager, QDirect. Output can be sent to multiple printers or archived as PDF.
“Customers, especially Law Firms and legal service bureaus, appreciate the time savings offered by CDPrint,” said Tony Leccese, Project Manager for CDPrint. “In addition to automating the process, users rely on the table of contents that is generated and the banner sheets printed at the beginning of each job to make the printing and cost recovery easier.”
CDPrint runs on a PC provided by the customer and multiple PCs can be working in parallel. CDPrint ships with a version of QDirect, RSA’s industry-leading Enterprise Output Manager, running on a reliable Sun server. Print ready files can be received from multiple PCs running CDPrint, a graphical Java-based application. The documents are converted to PDF and routed to the QDirect server for archive or printing on any number of printers. QDirect is a powerful platform for job processing and accounting. Customers can use the accounting features for client cost recovery and can reprint files on demand.
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