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Catalyst and C-TEQ Data Consultants Join Forces to Offer Full-Service E-Discovery Technology and Consulting

Integration of C-TEQ's E-Discovery Expertise and Catalyst's New Platform Provides Comprehensive Customer Experience

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/14/13 -- Catalyst Repository Systems, a pioneer in cloud-based document repositories for e-discovery and complex legal matters, today announced that it has partnered with Minneapolis-based C-TEQ Data Consultants, a full-service e-discovery service provider specializing in forensic collection, early data assessment, litigation readiness planning, and data processing. The strategic alliance will enable law firms and corporate clients to be more efficient during litigation by leveraging award-winning technology and exceptional professional services to manage all activity within the e-discovery process, effectively and defensibly, beginning with document identification and collection through to production.

"We are excited to partner with C-TEQ Data," said John Tredennick, CEO of Catalyst. "The integration of our newest software platform, Catalyst Insight, with C-TEQ's service, expertise and technology allows us to offer a comprehensive client experience with award-winning, secure technology and proven, defensible processes."

"This partnership is built on shared core philosophies," said Steve Hartwig, founder and CEO of C-TEQ. "Both organizations are committed to top-level customer service, superior innovation and functionality. From the top down, there's a culture within Catalyst of truly caring about the people they serve and the quality of their products. We are thrilled to work with them."

The new partnership allows C-TEQ to offer its clients the unprecedented speed, power and scalability of Catalyst Insight, a cloud-based XML platform offering end-to-end automation of the e-discovery lifecycle from processing through search, review and production.

To learn more about Catalyst's partner programs or to become a Catalyst partner, please contact Christopher Toomey, Catalyst's director of alliances and channel development, at [email protected] or 1.303.824.0831.

About Catalyst
For over 14 years, Catalyst has been providing pioneering and innovative legal technology and e-discovery platforms to in-house counsel and professional law firms. Catalyst's clients include many of the largest organizations in the world. Catalyst's powerful yet simple e-discovery platform, Insight, overcomes challenges not addressed by other software providers by allowing lawyers to see, simplify, save, and scale to manage big data discovery efficiently, control litigation costs and make review teams more effective. Catalyst's e-discovery platform is built on the experience of seasoned litigation lawyers with deep experience in the challenges of conducting discovery quickly and accurately. Please visit Catalyst at www.catalystsecure.com for more information.

About C-TEQ Data Consultants, LLC
While C-TEQ is a new consulting group, the principals bring 80 years of experience to litigation database management. C-TEQ has been recognized by its clients and peers for its commitment to innovation, controlling and regulating its outputs, and providing personal service at a unique level. C-TEQ clients trust the company for its ability to manage their data, remotely or on premises, and to guide them toward standardized practices. Please visit www.cteqdata.com for more information.

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