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IntaForensics Announces Lima Lite

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Thursday, 02 May 2013 19:43 Written by DFM News

IntaForensics announces the latest in its Lima product line, Lima Lite. This is an exciting new development for sole forensic practitioners, small corporate organisations and information assurance practices around the world.

How does Lima Lite benefit these digital forensic practices? Since 2009, Lima has been at the heart of the Digital Forensics Industry. Lima Lite offers a total digital forensic case management solution, bringing the best features from our complete End-to-End Case Management System currently offered to police forces, digital forensics organisations, governmental organisations and commercial organisations globally. Continuing to ensure full recording for case and exhibit continuity and tracking, integrating total document management, reporting, time recording and diary functions. Lima Lite currently utilises a single user, but once your laboratory/organisation expands, Lima is there with its easily adaptable packages.

Andy Frowen, Managing Director of IntaForensics Ltd - “The Lima Lite software offers a solution to the most prevalent Digital Forensics problems. As well as offering the industry’s most comprehensive Forensic Case Management solution, we have built the software around quality assurance. We have taken into account the processes that every digital forensic expert must adhere to; including finance and quotation, resource management, reporting and statistical processes. This ensures our customers receive a product that is ready to tackle anything and everything straight out of the box.”

A sneak peak was revealed at Forensics Europe Expo at the London Olympia, with the availability of pre-ordering the product at a 20% discount from the release price. Lima Lite will be available publically to download from the IntaForensics website from May, for only £695.

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