Catalyst Repository Systems

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It offers Catalyst CR, a hosted search, review, and analytics platform for litigation support, regulatory compliance, and document-intensive matters. The company also provides Catalyst XE that provides a central repository for case and matter files, as well as for managing cases, insurance claims, and financial transactions. In addition, it offers consulting services, such as developing and implementing defensible search, culling, and review strategies, as well as multi-language processing, search and analytics consulting, managed review, and image and native production services. The company was formerly known as CaseShare Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc. in 2006. Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is based in Denver, Colorado with an additional office in Hong Kong. The company has locations in Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., as well as a development center in Bangalore, India.
HQDenver, US
Employee Ratings2.5

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)69(-2%)
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Key People/Management at Catalyst Repository Systems

John Tredennick

John Tredennick

Larry Barela

Larry Barela

Bruce Kiefer

Bruce Kiefer

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Catalyst Repository Systems Office Locations

Catalyst Repository Systems has an office in Denver
Denver, US (HQ)
1860 Blake St
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Catalyst Repository Systems Financials and Metrics

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Catalyst Repository Systems total Funding

$31 m

Catalyst Repository Systems latest funding size

$31.01 m

Time since last funding

8 years ago
Catalyst Repository Systems's latest funding round in April 2012 was reported to be $31 m. In total, Catalyst Repository Systems has raised $31 m
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How to Create a Knowledge-Driven Discovery Business—While Containing Costs

Corporate legal department management is quickly changing from a legal to a business process. Legal professionals, along with their business counterparts, are looking critically at how to control costs and meet ever-tightening budgets. Gone are times wistfully referred to by outside counsel as “the …

OpenText Buys Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc.

Mark J. Barrenechea, OpenText Vice Chair, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer, talks about the acquisition of Catalyst and how the combined set of solutions will help help corporate legal departments and law firms seize the opportunities of automation, digital transformation, AI and…

And the 2018 Award Goes to… TAR 2.0

As an annual tradition, we compile a list of the most widely read Catalyst blogs posts of the previous year to see what topics most interest our readers. 1. 57 Ways to Leave Your (Linear) Lover What’s more fun than running 57 simulations for a client investigation? Seeing the results. We structured …

Redactions Done Right: How to Avoid the Manafort Fiasco

The attorneys for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort appear to have made a rather significant mistake in a court filing earlier this week, allowing redacted portions to be revealed by copying and pasting the text to a new document. The filing reveals alleged campaign communications between…

What to Expect from Technology-Assisted Review in 2019

This article first appeared in Law360 on January 3, 2019. 2018 will be remembered as a transition year for technology-assisted review. The battle over whether we can use TAR has all but disappeared, and our attention has turned to how we will use TAR — an inquiry with two clear dimensions. In litiga…

Where There’s Smoke… Look for Fire! Using Internal Investigations to Protect Your IP

Trade secrets are immensely valuable, and warrant every ounce of protection that can be mustered. And some industries—such as pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and software development—are particularly at risk for trade secret theft. Years of effort and investment in research and development c…
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Catalyst Repository Systems Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Catalyst Repository Systems founded?

    Catalyst Repository Systems was founded in 2000.

  • Who are Catalyst Repository Systems key executives?

    Catalyst Repository Systems's key executives are John Tredennick, Larry Barela and Bruce Kiefer.

  • How many employees does Catalyst Repository Systems have?

    Catalyst Repository Systems has 69 employees.

  • Who are Catalyst Repository Systems competitors?

    Competitors of Catalyst Repository Systems include FTI Consulting, RELX and Mediacao Online.

  • Where is Catalyst Repository Systems headquarters?

    Catalyst Repository Systems headquarters is located at 1860 Blake St, Denver.

  • Where are Catalyst Repository Systems offices?

    Catalyst Repository Systems has an office in Denver.

  • How many offices does Catalyst Repository Systems have?

    Catalyst Repository Systems has 1 office.