Stephen Stewart and Deborah Baron of Nuix talks to Chris Dale

Whilst at ILTA in Las Vegas in August, I took the opportunity to interview Stephen Stewart, CTO of Nuix, and Deborah Baron, CEO of Nuix North America. The results are here.

Stephen Stewart brings his usual eloquence to three topics.

The first is the launch of Nuix Director, designed to make life easier for eDiscovery investigators and getting as close as possible to “push-button discovery” by enabling the use of the same process time and time again.

The second subject is the growing number of developers who are building Nuix into their own workflows in any industries where high volumes must be processed quickly.

His last point Nuix’s role as a thought-leader in information governance as well as the provider of Nuix Luminate which is designed to help identify material – both positive and negative as Stephen points out – which companies ought to know about.

Deborah Baron talks about the combination of first-rate people and top-flight technology at Nuix. It “turns chaos into calm”, she says, giving competitive advantage to those who use it.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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