Structured Information Management
Makes it Easy to Organize Information:
ARTEC's Case Management System
When you face a legal dispute, regulatory inquiries, or an internal corporate investigation, handling your electronic data and the information it contains is vital for the proceedings to go smoothly. Legal requirements constantly change and the amounts of data that need to be processed continue to grow. This makes collecting evidence more difficult and more costly than ever before. Processing data correctly and keeping it organized increases the overall efficiency of the process and is the best way to lower the costs that come with evidence preservation.
ARTEC's new case management system makes it easy for users to organize data, perform early case analyses, and make use of technologically enhanced research tools. A dedicated permission management system ensures that users only receive access to relevant information.
Our solution makes it easier to handle:
- Judicial investigations and court hearings
- Tax and financial audits
- Internal investigations, inspections, and audits
Easily create new cases
Make relevant documents available quickly. This reduces the resources required for provisioning information.
Spend less time filtering information, which considerably lowers costs.
Quickly "freeze" or place a legal hold on documents.
Easily improve the accuracy and quality of search results.
Each action taken is carefully recorded in an audit log.
Many data sources are supported, including practically all common office and business documents (e-mail, file, paper, and more).
GDPR compliant across international borders (no data breach).
Proven security architecture prevents data from being altered or manipulated.
Process all enterprise data regardless of source, format, or location.
Journaling feature on sent and received emails (not a standard feature in Microsoft 365 or other platforms).
Four eye principle requires more than one administrator to review deleted cases or documents (prevents unauthorized deletions/changes).
Retention of documents/fulfillment of compliance requirements.
Protection against cyber attacks (holistic data protection)