iCONECT: dashboards, predictive power, robots and nominations

iCONECTA recent webinar by iCONECT was called, provocatively, Are you ready to trust your next review to robots? I missed it because it coincided with a big event in London, but it is available as a recorded download, with other iCONECT webinars, here.

Its theme is the development of the right predictive review strategy, and learning (by experience and testing) the predictive review technology which, properly used, can reduce costs, improve quality, achieve deadlines and perhaps even win the case.

iCONECT is also the subject of an interview with Ari Kaplan with the title Glanceable Dashboards, predictive power, and the future of document review. Ari Kaplan interviews Ian Campbell, CEO of iCONECT and Iram Arras, VP of Product Strategy. You can access the interview here.

While on the subject of iCONECT, its XERA platform has recently been named by LegalTech News as a finalist for Best New Discovery Review Platform; there is a press release and a link to the shortlist here.

XERA has also been named by CIO Review as being among the Top 20 most promising legal technology solution providers. The feature was called Intuitively navigating complex legal reviews and gives a good summary of ICONECT-XERA’s features and benefits. You can read it here.

You can read about iCONECT-XERA here, and specifically about its predictive review capabilities here.

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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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