Evidence Exchange Enhances Its Analytics Service Offerings with the Addition of Equivio Zoom
Evidence Exchange announced today an expansion of its strategic partnership with Equivio with the addition of Equivio Zoom, an integrated e-discovery platform for predictive coding and analytics.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 19, 2013
Evidence Exchange, a national leader in e-discovery services to law firms and corporate law departments, announced today an expansion of its strategic partnership with Equivio, a leading provider of analytical solutions for e-discovery. The terms of the renewed agreement include the addition of Equivio Zoom, an integrated e-discovery platform for predictive coding and analytics, to Evidence Exchange´s service offerings.
“Evidence Exchange is committed to bringing the best tools and solutions to market, while at the same time reducing the overall cost of e-discovery,” said Michael Prounis, CEO and Co-Founder, Evidence Exchange. “We have been a longstanding client of Equivio, one of their earliest adopters. We are offering Zoom to our customers to help them elevate their e-discovery game. The advantage of Zoom is its integration of analytics, including clustering, predictive coding, near-duplicates, email threads and language detection. These capabilities have been integrated with our twice patented ESI processing tool and kCura´s Relativity to help our customers deal with the increased volumes they face and the intense pressure to reduce the cost of document review.”
Zoom can be used for early data assessment as well as significantly reducing review set volumes and enabling prioritized review. The Zoom components are seamlessly integrated on a unified web-based platform for easy access and use. The unified platform approach eliminates the need for moving data between applications, shortens data handling cycles and reduces the risk of errors.
“Leading e-discovery providers like Evidence Exchange, which works with many of the top law firms and corporations in the country, understand the fundamental importance of providing their clients with advanced analytical tools,” said Amir Milo, CEO of Equivio. “When Equivio´s analytical capabilities are combined with Evidence Exchange´s ESI processing skills, industry experience and project management expertise, the end result is that their customers experience consistent and significant reductions in review time, project cost and risk.”
About Evidence Exchange
Evidence Exchange is well known by leading law firms and corporate legal departments as a high quality provider of e-discovery. We combine 30 years of business experience in legal consulting and technology development with the industry´s best track record in the area of e-discovery, Processing, Analytics, Online Document Review, Production and Project Management. We provide a full range of services including, analysis & consulting services, ESI processing, hosted review, analytics, project management, production and testimony. We are two time recipients of kCura’s Best In Service Award for Relativity and have been awarded two USPTO patents for our ESI Processing Tool. Evidence Exchange was founded back in 1996 as a successor to Prounis Consulting Group, Inc. (established 1989), which was an Arthur Andersen & Co., S.C. spin-off. Evidence Exchange maintains corporate offices in New York, NY and Leesburg, VA and operates data centers in Herndon, VA and Dallas, TX. For more information, please contact Evidence Exchange at info(at)evidenceexchange(dot)com or visit http://www.evidenceexchange.com.
Equivio develops text analysis software for e-discovery. Users include the DoJ, the EPA, KPMG, Deloitte, plus hundreds of law firms and corporations. Equivio offers Zoom, an integrated web platform for analytics and predictive coding. Zoom organizes collections of documents in meaningful ways, so you can zoom right in and find out what´s interesting, notable and unique. Request a demo at info(at)equivio(dot)com or visit us at http://www.equivio.com.
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