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Recommind Introduces MindServer Legal 4.0

Recommind, Inc. (http://www.recommind.com), a provider of search and automated categorization systems, announced the immediate availability of MindServer Legal 4.0, an enhanced version of the company's flagship legal enterprise search platform. Built on the MindServer platform, new smart-filters now help attorneys quickly pinpoint the critical information they are looking for at the click of a button. The product is designed to give attorneys easy and intuitive tools to find the information they need within the firm, making them more productive and allowing them to better serve their clients.

MindServer Legal 4.0 provides immediate context for the results that are returned. This includes such information as what client/matter is associated with a document, who last edited a document, or to which practice area the document is related. In addition, MindServer's faceted navigation feature, which uses new smart-filters, enables users to quickly narrow results based on multiple criteria such as practice group, office, author, client, matter, jurisdiction, and more. Users can instantly filter down to a more focused set of results, allowing them to perform complex legal research in a matter of seconds.

Founded by researchers from the University of California-Berkeley, MIT, and Brown University, Recommind is headquartered in Berkeley, Calif., and has a European office in Bonn, Germany.Source: Recommind, Inc.



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