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Phoenix-based litigation support technology provider Ipro Tech Inc. released the latest version of its early data assessment application Allegro 3.4 just before the holidays. Allegro 3.4 lets you to analyze and cull document collections interactively so that you can glean a sense of essential events, facts, and individuals relating to a case before advancing to in-depth and generally more costly attorney review.
Allegro 3.4 includes such new features as direct export to kCura's Relativity, search and retrieval of metadata fields from non-email files, creation of export group fields, including the ability to merge multiple fields into a single one and to rename those fields before export to best match a client's needs. You can also set and report on deduplication levels to apply a certain level to a collection, custodian, or case to improve the quality of a collection.
Robyn Weisman is a freelance writer based in California. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.