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Law Firms

With years of experience providing solutions to top domestic and global law firms, Capital Novus now provides a portfolio of “state of the art” products to solve the needs of law firm attorneys and Information Technology professionals for TAR-enabled eDiscovery, project management, secure document collaboration, and automated management of the law firms’ enterprise information. Developed in response to direct client feedback, and providing the foundation for nearly 15 years of excellence in eDiscovery, Compliance, and Information Governance, the Capital Novus solutions, now available for license, provide a powerful portfolio to address the current and ongoing needs of law firms.

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Corporations

Capital Novus solutions address the needs of Information Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) professionals to manage corporate enterprise information. Using Capital Novus “state of the art” technology, companies can enforce compliance, minimize risk, better prepared for litigation and collaborate and edit sensitive and confidential documents. Developed in response to direct client feedback, with a proven history of successful use in the market, the Capital Novus product portfolio, now available for license, provides powerful solutions for corporations.

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Government

Headquartered near the nation's capital, Capital Novus has a unique perspective on the challenges faced by the federal government as well as those of state and local governments. Developed in response to direct client feedback, Capital Novus solutions are now available for license, providing “state of the art” automated and analytics-driven readiness for litigation, FIOA requests, TAR-enabled eDiscovery, and a secure repository for agency personnel to collaborate and edit sensitive documents.  Capital Novus solutions also address the government need for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). These solutions make up a robust portfolio, powerfully addressing the requirements of federal, state, and local governments.

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