More Reasons for Businesses and Law Firms to Choose Hyperlinking Innovator for Electronic Document Presentations
Attorneys and business professionals use the Brief-Lynx technology to create hyperlinked e-briefs as well as presentations that link to graphics, exhibits and video or have graphics directly embedded with the links going to supporting documentation. “We believe this patent covering various aspects of hyperlinking products and services will have significant value to the Company,” said David Vanderport, president of Brief-Lynx. “This is especially true given the need for courts to find new ways to cut costs while still maintaining needed services for the public. We are encouraged by the increasing value electronic versions of court documents give our clients, and our one-of-a-kind solution is powerful and cost effective.”
Brief-Lynx includes features, such as the ability to zoom and annotate to specific sections within the hyperlinked document, that not only save time for the reader, but can be used to record internal commentary right on the key aspect of the document itself. “We have been working with businesses and attorneys for the past few decades and our goal has always been to provide clear, simple and easy-to-understand presentations,” said Vanderport. “With this new development, we’re able to assist our clients at a whole new level.”
Brief-Lynx is available at http://www.brief-lynx.com or by calling (877) 760-9045 .
Denver-based Brief-Lynx offers the industry’s most efficient, cost-effective electronic brief services and software system, Brief-Lynx™, for attorneys who want to customize their court briefs with easy-to-follow, pinpoint links to evidence, case citations, graphics and other supporting materials, including multimedia tools.
Other press releases from Brief-Lynx Inc.
- eTrial Expands Brief-Lynx™ Technology to Streamline Documentation for Clients and Courtroom - August 31st, 2011
- New Exhibit-Lynx Simplifies Complex Task of Creating Hyperlinked Exhibit Lists - June 21st, 2011
- Cloud-Based Brief-Lynx(TM) Application Streamlines e-Briefs - February 24th, 2010
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