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Digital Legal Standardizes On Scan-Optics for High Volume Scanning Solution

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Manchester, CT – January 19, 2006 - Scan-Optics, LLC, an internationally acknowledged innovator and provider of information capture and recognition solutions, today announced that Digital Legal has standardized on Scan-Optics’ SO Series Scanners. The Scan-Optics platform provides Digital Legal with the ability to meet the needs of its expanding customer base in the rapidly growing litigation support market. Digital Legal has deployed Scan-Optics’ SO Series scanners in Texas, Delaware and Pennsylvania, and has future plans to deploy Scan-Optics’ SO Series scanners in all of its additional offices nationally. As a growing service bureau with offices in eight states, Digital Legal offers a portfolio of digital-related services to support the legal profession nationwide including electronic data discovery, high speed image scanning, database coding and development, optical character recognition, laser printing, media conversion, forensic data recovery, trial and expert consulting and traditional reproduction services. Digital Legal’s business had outgrown their previous capture platform, creating a backlog of original documents waiting to be scanned. In addition, they needed to increase production scanning capacity to continue to meet client production and court deadlines without increasing staffing costs. Scan-Optics’ SO Series Scanners were selected by Digital Legal, increasing the company’s capacity to capture images by 34%. Coupled with the low entry point and scalability, the SO Series Scanners are easily adaptable to Digital Legal’s growing needs, while safeguarding and maximizing their initial investment. “The SO Series scanners have allowed Digital Legal to exceed client needs while significantly expanding our image scanning business,” said Craig Parrish, Managing Director of Digital Legal-PA. “We are also able to turn critical deadline sensitive projects quickly. The SO Series’ speed, ability to scale with our production needs, and low price point have already provided strong ROI increases.” The SO Series offers the best price performance equation in production scanning. Rated at 240 pages per minute, the SO Series provides a clear path for scanner consolidation allowing organizations to reduce labor while driving down the overall cost to capture an image. The SO Series renders high quality color images by blending the best in optics, illumination, paper transport, and image output technologies. The system easily captures documents as small as a personal check and as large as a map, with weights ranging from onion skin to card stock. The SO Series is an ideal fit for any organization automating a document intensive process.

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