Using the dtSearch document filters and searching, the solution enables instant searching (with over 25 search options) of terabytes of a wide range of translated offline and online data MONTREAL and BETHESDA, Md., Nov. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- IDM Solutions (IDMS) is a leader in information management and translation solutions. dtSearch specializes in enterprise and developer text retrieval software and document filters. Together the companies announce an IDMS translation add-on to some of dtSearch's enterprise-ready "off the shelf" products -- Desktop/Network with Spider and dtSearch Web with Spider. dtSearch Desktop/Network and dtSearch Web can instantly search terabytes of data consisting of a wide range of document types, emails and attachments, and web-ready data. These products provide over 25 search options, including special forensics options. The products further support all Unicode-based international languages, both in terms of searching and in terms of retrieved document and other data display with highlighted hits. What dtSearch Desktop/Network and dtSearch Web are not set up for, however, is to "pair" original (source) and translated (target) versions of the full document and display them side-by-side with highlighted hits. That is where the IDMS solution comes in. "We picked dtSearch for our customers because search query and results loading were instantaneous," explains Philippe Leonhart of IDMS. "Particularly as Canada is a bilingual nation, side-by-side retrieval of original and translated texts can also be helpful in search results review. For example, a major Canadian financial institution elected to use dtSearch Web with our translation add-ons. Now every day they wonder 'how did we manage before?'" By adding an option for customizable document pair detection, IDMS enabled this additional bilingual display feature. In fact, the IDMS pairing engine can not only simultaneously display the source and target (translated) documents, it can display them aligned on paragraph boundaries, with hits highlighted in both documents.