The evolution continues with the most exciting launch of the year: Data Mining.
This week, we officially launched Data Mining, our groundbreaking new technology for Early Case Assessment. See below to learn about the highlights of Data Mining.
Data Mining: The ECA Tool of the Future
Today’s world is a mountain of electronic data. Documents, emails, social media, texts, and chat messages – data is everywhere. And it’s all discoverable evidence. Data Mining is a suite of Early Case Assessment tools that delivers crystal-clear insights into massive data volumes, PRIOR to document review.
With Data Mining, you can reduce the largest batches of data to a manageable set of potential evidence. You’ll also begin document review with an understanding of the contents of your data, giving you the power to make strategic discovery choices from the beginning.
Process Huge Data Sets in Less Time at Lower Cost
Data Mining has the power to process 10 terabytes of data a day for each account. Not gigabytes – terabytes. This means you’ll virtually never run out of processing power, and all you pay is a yearly licensing fee and the direct cost from AWS – no mark ups from Nextpoint.
Unlimited Options for Organizing Data
Users can run multiple searches at the same time, save searches, and duplicate searches to add new criteria. Then, they create “slices” of data that combine criteria like search terms, date range, or custodian to see exactly what they’re looking for. The options for organizing and understanding your data are limitless.
Real-Time Reports for Deep Data Analysis
Customizable reports that update in real time help users spot trends in their data and understand its contents in order to make strategic decisions in document review. The Data Mining dashboard shows snapshots of themes like searchability, custodian breakdown, file type frequency, top occurring search terms, and processing errors.
Advanced Machine Learning tools report on language detection, image recognition, translation and transcription. Users can also generate and customize reports on search terms, import summaries, and file errors.