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Xerox Offers Real-Time Access to E-discovery Process, Helping Litigators Meet Deadlines, Monitor Costs


ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is making e-discovery easier to monitor with a new tool that tracks in real-time the processing and review of electronic data. Xerox Litigation Services’ Processing and Review Dashboard provides litigators with the status updates to manage court mandated deadlines and monitor costs associated with e-discovery.

Each client has access to their customized Dashboard via Xerox Litigation Services’ Web-based platform. Important information such as how much data has been processed by Xerox, what portion is ready for review, and what has already been reviewed is captured on the Dashboard.

“For the deadline driven legal industry, immediate access to the most up-to-date information is critical,” said Craig Freeman, senior vice president, Xerox Litigation Services. “The Dashboard delivers true transparency into the e-discovery process, providing our clients with early visibility into potential deadline issues and helps keep better tabs on the costs associated with the review cycle.”

To avoid missing discovery deadlines and unfavorable court rulings, the Dashboard provides answers to questions key to the e-discovery process such as:

* How much data has been received for processing?
* How much data has been eliminated by culling and deduping?
* How much data is loaded and ready for review?
* Are there enough reviewers to meet the deadline?
* Based on present review rates, what is the projected completion date?

In addition to the Processing and Review Dashboard, Xerox Litigation Services provides customized client reporting for further transparency into the e-discovery process.

Price and Availability:
The Processing and Review Dashboard is available free of charge to Xerox Litigation Services customers.

About Xerox Litigation Services
Xerox Litigation Services is one of the world’s largest providers of electronic discovery services, helping corporate counsel and outside law firms reduce risk and control costs in complex e-discovery matters.


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