SOURCE: Catalyst Repository Systems
DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Oct 24, 2012) - Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc., a pioneer in providing cloud-based document repositories for e-discovery and complex legal matters, today announced a strategic alliance with Tokyo-based AOS Legal Technologies, Inc. One of the largest forensic collection, security and e-discovery technology providers in Asia, AOS chose Catalyst for the power, speed and scalability of its platform and its expertise in dealing with Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) documents. AOS has a long history of working with Asia-based corporations, and has assisted the Japan National Police with forensic collection and data analysis for the past decade. The company will now team with Catalyst to provide full-service, end-to-end e-discovery technology and consulting expertise for the North American and Asian markets.
"With the addition of Catalyst's award-winning, multi-language e-discovery technology, AOS will be able to focus on Japanese enterprises to drive U.S., Asia and EU business growth," said Takamasa Sasaki, President and CEO of AOS.
"We are excited to partner with AOS, a global leader in forensic collections expertise," said John Tredennick, Catalyst's founder and CEO. "AOS is an established provider of e-discovery-related services in Asia, with a well-deserved reputation for quality, accuracy and exemplary service. We look forward to helping AOS provide its clients with the best e-discovery technologies available."
As business takes place on an increasingly global playing field, litigation is also going global, with data now spread across multiple jurisdictions, languages, matters, law firms and parties. Global corporations and law firms need vendors that not only can offer products and services spanning the entire spectrum of e-discovery, but are also well-versed in working with and translating foreign documents, including CJK documents.
The partnership provides AOS clients access to Catalyst's cloud-based e-discovery technology, hosting and consulting services offered through the company's Japanese and U.S. operations and data centers. Catalyst's clients will have access to AOS' expertise, proprietary technology and experience in data security, data identification and forensic collection in Asia. The combination of the two companies' uniquely comprehensive range of e-discovery services and their region-specific experience and expertise is unprecedented in the industry. The companies' combined resources will serve their global client base in the Asian and U.S. marketplaces with exceptional services covering the complete litigation lifecycle.
To learn more about Catalyst's partner programs or to become a Catalyst partner, please contact Christopher Toomey at Ctoomey@catalystsecure.com or 1.303.824.0831.
Catalyst is a leading legal-technology company providing secure, scalable multi-lingual document repositories for electronic discovery, litigation support and other complex regulatory matters. For over a decade, corporations and their counsel have relied on Catalyst to control litigation costs and make review teams more effective. Our systems and supporting services cover the heart of the litigation lifecycle -- from processing and search, to analytics, review, production and trial. For more information: http://www.catalystsecure.com/
About AOS Legal Technologies
AOS Legal Technologies, Inc., a leading company of data recovery and forensic services, has maintained its No.1 share in the Japanese market over 10 years. AOS provides Japanese government organizations such as the National Police Agency, Public Prosecutors Office and Financial Service Agency with forensic software and e-discovery tool in the past decade, and has cooperated with them for their criminal investigations upon their request. AOS has now established its operations in Japan, the USA, Korea, China and Switzerland to assist Asia-based companies involved in cross-border litigation, information leak cases and corporate fraud by providing its established e-discovery and forensic services. For more information: http://elaw.jp/