Users are able to enter standard ‘search terms’ (i.e. a patient name) and ad-hoc words or sentences, in to the system. These items will then be automatically removed from the source file.
The option to review the redactions within the working copy file is presented before approval. The system then generates the redacted copy and audit copy output files.
When to use it?
When producing standard documents regularly e.g. AGM minutes, meeting minutes, court notes, e-Redact can create these files, in a redacted format, in an instant.
Why use it?
Processing files automatically, using the search term redaction feature, can lessen time and effort by 90%. It also gives the user flexibility to override any applied redaction quickly and easily.
Who has benefited?
All companies using e-Redact benefit from this time saving feature. A simple A4 page can take 20 minutes to process manually, but, using search terms, it can be completed in less than 1 minute.
Family court disclosure times have reduced by a staggering 50%. Lancashire Constabulary
The benefits of e-Redact
Fast and secure
The manual redaction tool allows information to be removed quickly and easily using the rectangle or scribble redaction tools.
No more manual redaction
The manual redaction has been proven to redact files 80% more efficiently than other conventional photocopying and marker pen redaction techniques.
100% FoI, DPA & EIR compliant
All e-Redact tools are 100% compliant with the Freedom of Information (FoI), Data Protection Act (DPA) and Environmental Information Request (EIR) legislation.
Redact any point within any document, scanned paper file, email, spreadsheet, well any file at all really. The manual tool can remove tiny intricate points in a file or entire pages, it’s up to you.
Redactions applied cannot be undone within the Redacted Copy file providing total peace of mind.
e-Redact removes the need to repeat photocopy and physically remove information from paper-based files as all redactions are carried out online. Even paper-based files do not need to be re-printed after scanning into e-Redact.