SOURCE: Document Technologies, Inc.

October 25, 2007 09:00 ET

Document Technologies, Inc. Recognized Among Electronic Discovery Services Market Leaders

Rankings in Recent Industry Surveys Validate DTI's Value Proposition

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - October 25, 2007) - Document Technologies, Inc. (DTI), the nation's largest independent provider of legal support services and document outsourcing, today announced the company's recent recognition in two well-known industry surveys. In the 2007 AmLaw Tech Survey, DTI was ranked by users among the industry's top 10 electronic discovery services providers. And in August, DTI was included with the industry's most prominent electronic discovery service leaders by placing in the top 20 "Overall Service Providers" in the fifth annual Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey.

In the 2007 AmLaw Tech Survey, DTI ranked ninth in response to the question, "What electronic evidence data discovery vendors does the firm use?" 22 percent of survey respondents who answered this question included DTI among vendors used by the firm, an increase of five percent from the results of the same question in the 2006 AmLaw Tech Survey.

In their survey results this year, industry consultants George Socha and Thomas Gelbmann report that the e-discovery market has reached $2 billion, and they state they expect it to more than double by 2009. DTI has made considerable investments in its Discovery Solutions Group to increase their capacity and enhance the services offered to both law firm and corporate clients.

"We are pleased to again be recognized as a leading electronic discovery services provider in these two significant annual surveys. Both are conducted by well-respected industry experts and have earned reputations for offering a sound perspective of the state of the legal technology market," said John Davenport Jr., chief executive officer of Document Technologies, Inc. "Achieving this type of recognition further validates DTI's commitment to the ongoing investment in our Discovery Solutions Group," he continued.

The Socha-Gelbmann survey researches the use of EDD services and software, with service provider rankings based on seven key factors including experience and reputation, capacity, types of services offered, software usage, law firm ranking, corporate rankings, and revenue. In their 2006 survey, DTI ranked among the top five service providers based on capacity, and ranked in the top ten for both the processing and analysis stages of electronic discovery.

About Document Technologies, Inc.

Founded in 1998, DTI is the nation's largest independent provider of legal support services and document outsourcing. With its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, DTI services the majority of the AmLaw 100 law firms and the legal departments of many Fortune 500 corporations through local offices in more than 20 major markets nationwide. DTI delivers a true end-to-end solution for electronic discovery and all facets of litigation support, as well as facilities management services, by combining dedicated relationship managers, top-notch consultants and strategists, world-class project management, national-scale resources, flexibility, local production capabilities, and great pricing to create a value proposition unlike any other in the industry. For more information, visit www.DTIGlobal.com

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