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BIA Redefines Early Case Assessment with Data Profiler™, Providing an Unprecedented Initial Insight into Case Data, Free for a Limited Time

April 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Business Wire

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Business Intelligence Associates, Inc. (BIA) (www.biaprotect.com) a leader in e-discovery, released today its Data Profiler™ tool, a new addition to its TotalDiscovery.com online e-discovery platform that gives an unprecedented early insight into each custodian’s data even before data collection begins.

Data Profiler does not require any special hardware to be purchased or software to be installed. Just create a free TotalDiscovery.com account, enter your custodian information and the Data Profiler process can begin. Custodians receive an email with simple instructions, and the Data Profiler runs remotely, creating a detailed report for you indicating the types and amounts of data for each custodian.

Armed with Data Profiler’s reports, legal and IT professionals can then gain an unmatched early insight into a case’s potential cost and determine other information that can help guide the overall case strategy.

For a limited time, the Data Profiler tool is being made available to TotalDiscovery.com users at no cost. Simply create a free TotalDiscovery.com account, and then you can use the Data Profiler for free. To start using TotalDiscovery.com and the new Data Profiler tool, simply go to: http://www.totaldiscovery.com/data-profiler.html

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