CT Wins Three Law Technology News® Awards; CT Summation CaseVault, CT Summation and CT’s hCue Honored
Company Recognized as the Leader in e-Discovery, Litigation Support and Records Management
NEW YORK CITY— February 2, 2007—Readers of Law Technology News recognized CT, part of Wolters Kluwer Corporate Legal Services, with three 2006 Law Technology News® Awards, which were announced on Jan. 29 at LegalTech New York. CT Summation CaseVault was selected as EDD System of the year, CT Summation was named as best Litigation Support Software and CT’s hCue was honored as best Records Management Software.
In 2006, the editors of Law Technology News asked the publication’s more than 40,000 subscribers to select products and vendors that represented outstanding achievement in legal technology in 14 award categories. Ballots were solicited from LTN’s subscriber audience of law firm partners and managing partners, legal administrators, MIS/IT directors and specialists, corporate counsel, litigation support specialists, librarians and other legal professionals. Winners were determined based on the most-mentioned product/company in each category. CT edged out other big names in the legal industry, such as LexisNexis and Thomson, to win its three awards.
“We believe our technology and services are the best in the industry. Our in-house experts, years of experience and knowledge about our customers’ daily workflows enable us to create offerings that address the industry’s real-world challenges in a way that no one else does,” said Gene Landoe, president and CEO of CT & Wolters Kluwer Corporate Legal Services. “As I said when we were nominated, it’s extremely rewarding to be recognized for the solutions we’re so proud of by the very people we aim to please.”
CT recently announced several new enhancements to its Litigation Solutions offerings, further demonstrating its commitment to and continued growth in the market. These enhancements included upgrades to the award-winning CT Summation and CT Summation CaseVault, a suite of tools that provide comprehensive, end-to-end solutions for managing massive volumes of information—from eDiscovery through final resolution.
“Kicking off the year with such valued awards for CT Summation and CT Summation CaseVault reinforces that CT’s Litigation Solutions are poised to continue meeting ever-evolving customer needs in 2007—and beyond,” said Tom Rump, vice president of Litigation Solutions for Wolters Kluwer Corporate Legal Services. “This proves that we are not only committed to our strategy to provide end-to-end solutions for the litigation market, but that we are well on our way toward executing it.”
In addition to its Litigation Solutions news, CT also recently unveiled an enhanced SEC Section 16 reporting module to its 2006 Records Management Software of the year, hCue. A Web-based, comprehensive records and entity management solution, CT’s hCue gives busy corporate secretaries and those who support them instant access and control over their entities, including entity history, management structure, compliance calendar and ownership records. According to one customer, the SEC reporting process with the enhanced SEC module went from days to hours.
“The growing interest evidenced in our fourth annual awards competition reflects the expanding importance of technology in the practice and business of law. Our product and service winners, chosen by experts and real-world users across the industry, have continued to raise the bar in innovation and customer satisfaction. We congratulate them on this significant achievement,” said Kevin Vermeulen, publisher of Law Technology News.
LTN readers also nominated CT for two additional Awards: Knowledge Management System, CTAdvantage.com; and Litigation Support Service/Consultant, CT Summation Professional Services. And, CT Summation has won previous LTN Awards, including best Litigation Support Software in 2005 and 2004, and Product of the Year in 2004.
About Law Technology News
Law Technology News® provides timely information and insight into the latest technologies, products and services available for the legal marketplace. Each month, the award-winning magazine features new product announcements, as well as monthly articles and columns written by industry experts and senior law firm decision makers. LTN is distributed to more than 40,000 selected subscribers and is also available on the Web at www.lawtechnologynews.com. The magazine is published by ALM.
CT, a Wolters Kluwer business, provides intelligent software and service solutions that empower legal professionals to more effectively manage dynamic information, speed workflows and make critical decisions. CT is the market leader for corporate compliance and governance services and solutions, including solutions for managing statutory representation, corporate transactions, and jurisdictional and securities compliance; UCC products and services for corporate due diligence, secured lending, bankruptcy, and real estate, among other areas; matter management and e-billing applications, litigation support software, and eDiscovery services; and innovative trademark research offerings. CT is based in New York City. For more information, please visit www.ctlegalsolutions.com.
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