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AXS-One Announces Trade-up Program for Mimosa NearPoint Customers

AXS-One, a Daegis company and leading provider of enterprise information archiving software, today announced a new trade-up program for NearPoint users who are migrating off of their platform. Under the new trade-up program, NearPoint users will receive an equivalent number of mailbox licenses at no cost and a 50 percent discount on additional AXS-One archive and Legal Case Management licenses which includes other archival record types such as Lotus Notes, Office Documents, SAP, Report Output, plus Legal Case Management, Search, Discovery and Extract options within the AXS-One platform.

NearPoint customers taking advantage of this program will enjoy the benefits of the industry’s leading archival and discovery platform used by many of the Fortune 500. The platform includes support for MS Exchange, Lotus Notes, Office Documents, Report Output and offers robust records management, legal search, legal case management, litigation hold, search, discovery and extract features.

“We are hearing from the largest of enterprises to smaller and mid-size companies looking to replace their NearPoint archives for a variety of reasons,” said Mark Bygraves, Senior Vice President and General Manager at AXS-One. “Working with the world’s leading NearPoint data migration partner ARCHIVE1024, AXS-One is well positioned to provide the fastest and most reliable migration to a newer more robust archive. The AXS-One platform has been built from the ground up to support archival of all electronically stored information (ESI) with legal case management functionality to manage the operating risk associated with all enterprise digital content for the long term.”

About AXS-One

AXS-One, a Daegis company, has been a leading innovator of archive software for over 30 years. Our software is used by large, medium and small organizations globally to meet and exceed their requirements for Enterprise Information Archiving. Our software enables clients to enforce information management policies onto their corporate records, capturing financial records; e-communications; database extracts; files and documents; images; voice; and video. Implementing our secure, massively scalable archive provides a platform for operational efficiency improvements and for eDiscovery and compliance needs. With offices worldwide our support and services teams provide a knowledgeable and capable resource to deliver rapid results. For more information, email [email protected] or visit www.axsone.com.

About Daegis

Daegis (NASDAQ: DAEG) is a leading provider of eDiscovery solutions. Daegis Edge combines hosted software technology and on-demand services to deliver comprehensive and cost-effective solutions for corporations and law firms. Daegis’ technology is revolutionizing eDiscovery through advanced features like Cross-Matter Management, enabling the retention and reuse of custodian data and attorney work product from one matter to the next, and technology assisted review enabled through its new offering Acumen. For more information, visit www.daegis.com, www.ediscoverycalculators.com or follow us via our blog and Twitter at @daegis.

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