Dataware Launches LegalPro

April 1995
Information Today;Apr1995, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports that Dataware Technologies Inc. has introduced LegalPro Windows Interface, its new legal application for transcript and deposition management. Based on Dataware Technologies' full-text management system, BRS/SEARCH, the LegalPro Windows Interface, dramatically simplifies the complex management of legal transcripts and depositions by integrating easy-to-use tools with the BRS/ SEARCH database. Organizations can take transcript files from court reporting systems and convert them into a BRS/SEARCH database automatically.


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