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Workshare Professional 7.5 Delivers Faster Comparison


Workshare Professional 7.5 Delivers Faster, More Accurate Comparison


Workshare, a leading provider of secure enterprise collaboration applications, announced today that it has launched Workshare Professional 7.5, significantly enhancing the speed and accuracy of its flagship application.

Workshare Professional 7.5, designed for the legal and regulated sectors, improves the efficiency of comparing legal documents with tables and complex indexing. The application’s enhanced performance reduces processing by ten times, improving attorney productivity.

Workshare Professional 7.5 supports legacy versions of Microsoft Office in addition to Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013. Users can compare five different file types. The application ensures that the original layout of complex documents is always maintained, and eliminates the need to work with multiple versions.

Workshare Professional 7.5 has streamlined its Office add-ins to provide the features customers value most. These include allowing enterprises IT administrators to set polices that intercept email attachments directly from Outlook and replace those attachments with a secure link, convert the documents to PDF and remove metadata. This allows attorneys to continue to work with legacy systems, maintaining their traditional workflows and audit trails.

Anthony Foy, Workshare’s CEO, commented, “With Workshare Professional 7.5 we are reaffirming our commitment to the legal community. This is the next generation of applications powered by patented DeltaView technology, which has been trusted by the legal community for over a decade.”

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