Lima Personal – Free Award Winning Case Management Solution for HTCIA Members

Supporting the professionalization of digital forensics around the world, IntaForensics are pleased to announce that they will be extending their offer of free licenses of the leading Lima Personal Edition software to all members of the HTCIA, through to 2016. The free licenses will be renewable annually but will remain free, forever.

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"We are keen to support forensic laboratories large or small, helping them make the most of their resources by providing this version of our award winning system for zero cost" said James Borkoles, IntaForensics Commercial Director. "This gesture will help small departments work more efficiently, track evidence and keep information about their investigations in line with best practices, internationally".

Since the offer was first introduced, IntaForensics has already provided free licenses worth $100,000 for the personal edition of their lab management software and this continues to grow. IntaForensics are particularly keen to assist smaller Law Enforcement Agencies which often do not have the resources or budgets to purchase major new systems and are therefore pleased to continue this offer through the New Year and into 2016.

Award Winning Software

The product is part of a large and growing range of case management software from the UK software publisher and digital forensics experts. The software is unique because it is built with the needs of digital forensics professionals in mind, designed and tested within a live working laboratory environment. IntaForensics operate 5 laboratories of their own in the UK and process up to 500 cases per month, mainly on behalf of law enforcement agencies.

Not only has the Laboratory Edition of the software received a 5 star review from SC Magazine for the 3rd year running, but the software has been awarded its 3rd SC Magazine award – “Lab Approved”. Described as a “must have for any digital forensic lab”, this really is a testament to the comprehensive nature of the product and the dedication of the software development team.


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2015 has been a big year for IntaForensics’ software products and are looking to release several key components of their growing laboratory and case management solutions in the coming months.

"Our solutions will continue to drive forward best practice in digital forensics case and laboratory management during 2015 and 2016. We have major plans for the future" states Andrew Frowen, Managing Director of IntaForensics.

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