Lima Forensic Case Management new release – CEIC 2012

IntaForensics are attending CEIC 2012 Nevada, showcasing the newest release of the most advanced and configurable Digital Forensic management solution, Lima Forensic Case Management v1.3.9. The new version due for release July 2012 has many new exciting features, such as the ability for users to order, hide and sort table views, and view exhibits in detailed, tile or icon view. Please stop by booth 416 for a demonstration or visit our website at www.intaforensics.com for further information.Lima is a complete end-to-end Forensic Case management System which is in use in International Law Enforcement, Forensic Service Providers, Government departments, Banking and Finance and Commercial organisations on 3 continents.

Key benefits of the Lima system include:

Modular software – licence only the elements of the software you need for your business processes with optional modules available for Law enforcement or commercial providersInternational Standards

Compliance – the Lima system enables organisations to meet the requirements of ISO 9001, ISO 27001, ISO 17025 and ASCLD/LAB as well as compliance with guidelines from the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)Case Tracking – Complete case tracking from the point of case submission through to Archive management through each and every stage of your forensic process

Exhibit Tracking and Continuity – Complete exhibit logging and auditing, trace movement through custodial ownership and provide a clear audited logComprehensive Management Information – Enabling management of cases, resources, assets, staff, time, cost and every other variable involved in managing your forensic case workloadDriving Cost Efficiency – Not only is the system economical to purchase, install and maintain – we continually take feedback from the user community and develop the software to meet the evolving needs of the forensic community as part of the annual maintenance contract


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Improved Communications – The optional Lima On-line Client Portal enables Law enforcement and commercial providers to implement clear case communication, updates and notifications between Investigators and Forensic Analysts including On-line Forensic Submission and Prioritisation support

“Using Lima has given us…significant time savings and exhibit continuity.. Hardware and software can be tracked to all cases they have been used on – ISO standards and forensic regulation will make this a ‘must have’ for digital forensics…” Dave Littlewood, HTCU Manager, Humberside Police, UK

“Lima is the perfect addition to our current strict procedures and controls. Lima allows us to implement the accountability and auditing we need in our quest for ASCLD accreditation”. ,” Lance Fogarty, CEO of PROTEGGA LLC, USA

“Through the use of the Lima Forensic Case Management Software in support of our validation methodologies, we have been able to achieve the ISO 17025 accreditation standard. One of the most invaluable aspects of the Lima system has been to standardise and validate our processes and keep track of our asset validation within the organisation. Lima has streamlined our Forensic case management workflows and has been invaluable in obtaining accreditation” Geoff Boyd, Director of MD5 Group, UK

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