PowerSearch Software, a developer of affordable and accessible search technologies based in Barrie, has announced that the Department of Justice Canada has purchased tokens allowing the government agency to export one million files as needed for purposes of litigation. PowerSearch is the only e-discovery search and cull application that allows users to download and deploy its software without spending a dime. Users purchase tokens only for files they deem relevant and ultimately decide to export.
“PowerSearch enables the Department of Justice Canada to search and cull an unlimited number of documents at no cost,” said Girts Jansons, PowerSearch CEO. “As the Department identifies and exports relevant files across multiple regulatory investigations and litigations, the tokens in their business account will be applied against their total balance. We are convinced that PowerSearch will help reduce the cost of e-discovery, and we are thrilled that the Department of Justice Canada has added our product to their technology set,” said Jansons.