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Richmond, Va.-based Compiled Services has released version 4.6 of ReadySuite, its quality control and conversion tool for load files, PDFs, and TIFFs for e-discovery processing and review platforms.
Processing and review teams can use ReadySuite to check the quality of deliverables and production sets view images and text, launch native files, and make changes and necessary edits to comply with e-discovery requirements. ReadySuite performs various document-related tasks including review, validation, merging, and manipulation of load files, conversion of production sets in multiple image formats such as TIFF and PDF, optical character recognition to create searchable PDF and text files, and batch printing of load files, PDFs, and TIFFs.
Improvements to its most recent iteration include:
a new document view window;
a warning system to identify duplicate filenames during document exporting;
a new field to track the load order of imported documents;
a tool to keep track of most recently used projects and places; and
the ability to clear associated images, text, and native files from documents.
The new version also offers an upgraded user interface, and increased speed when navigating between documents and when importing large document sets. ReadySuite is available as a one-year subscription for $1,179 or $1,579 with the added use RecoStar or Tesseract OCR engines to create searchable text and PDFs.