InfraWare announces the general release of “readback” escrow reports

InfraWare announces the general release of “readback” escrow reports


NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — InfraWare, Inc., a leading documentation technology and services company, announced today at the Clio Cloud Conference the general release of Readback, its revolutionary depository court reporting solution. The announcement comes with new, lower price tiers made possible by recent technological breakthroughs. Readback was the first service to offer what the company called Active Reporting when it rolled out 12 months ago in an Early Access Program (EAP) for existing customers and others by invitation only. With general release, Readback is now available to litigators across the country at three new price levels, subject to jurisdiction’s regulations.

“We’re excited to share this news at one of the biggest legal tech conferences of the year as a first-time Visionary sponsor,” said Nick Mahurin, CEO of InfraWare. “With our general release of Readback, we aim to improve the playing field for all litigators. This allows more attorneys to better serve their clients while controlling filing costs.”

Active reporting means that the record is kept during the proceedings at a pace and of a quality that supports the litigator’s performance. This speed is actually changing the way trial attorneys operate. Attorneys can refer to the text of a transcript and interact with it throughout the process. Using Active Reporting, Readback can deliver a rough transcript in as little as one hour post-procedure and a certified transcript the next business day at an affordable flat rate. There are no expedited fees.

Readback’s EAP launch was documented in This Press release 2021. Through careful measures to continuously integrate customer feedback into development, planning and execution, the EAP has been maintained longer than originally planned. This enabled advances in Readback’s underlying technology, which further reduced costs to make the service even more accessible. “The cost of information technology should come down over time,” said Chief Legal…

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