Sometimes known as document bibles or transaction deal bibles, e-bibles are a means of storing, indexing and comprehensively searching large volumes of documents related to any corporate transaction.

They are commonly used by Legal firms to collate documents from a certain case in order to store or give to a client at the end of a project. e-bibles are a means of storing complex legal folders which were usually kept in hard copy.

Proposals have been put in place in order to standardise the creation of e-bibles throughout the legal industry.

There are few suppliers of COTS solutions, however Capgen Ltd, a UK-based ISV of document capture and management software, is a notable exception.

External links

  • http://www.litig.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=2&id=20&Itemid=33
  • http://www.thelawyer.com/law-firms-and-in-housers-give-deal-bibles-a-bashing/1002240.article
  • http://www.capgen.co.uk/News.asp
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