iCONECT webinar on 21 May: demonstration of new features in XERA

iCONECT has been busy adding new features to its well-regarded review platform XERA – here’s a video interview I did with iCONECT’s Ian Campbell at LegalTech in February which described the recent developments and hinted at more to come.

iCONECT is good at its product demonstrations and webinars, and there is one coming up on 21st May at 1:00pm EDT which will give an opportunity to see the new features as well as the existing ones.

The new developments include drag-and-drop foldering and thumbnail view which allows users to preview multiple documents in image format together on the screen and then return to the grid to fine-tune the search results or finish the review. There is a press release here describing the new functionality.

iCONECT is also integrated with Westlaw’s Case Notebook and Magnum from Opus 2, allowing sharing of access to transcripts with a single sign-on.

This is one example of a commitment to practical workflow designed to make the job of lawyers easier. The whole XERA interface is well worth looking at, especially by those whose perception of legal review applications was shaped by an earlier generation of tools. Things have changed, and the results of the XERA development drive over the last two to three years could be what converts you.

Registration for the 21 May webinar is here.

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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