iCONECT focuses on data visualisation

iCONECTI wrote recently about the new release of iCONECT-XERA which, among other enhancements, has enhanced iCONECT-XERA’s already impressive data visualisation tools.

There are two events coming up at which iCONECT will expand on the value of data visualisation. One is a webinar presented by Mike Fedorowski
of iCONECT on 18 November with the title Getting the Most Out of XERA’s Enhanced Visualization Tools. Registration information is here.

The other comes at the East Coast eDiscovery and IG retreat to be held in Cape Cod from 8 to 9 November. There, iCONECT’s President and CEO, Ian Campbell, takes part in a panel discussion called Understanding the Data Visualization Trend In Legal which, as the panel description puts it, allows lawyers “to see trends, patterns and outliers represented as easy-to-understand charts, graphs pictograms and infographics”.

The purpose of this is not simply to make the burdensome task of discovery more interesting. Visualisation of this kind allows the assimilation, and thence the understanding of complex content very quickly, saving time and money.

The website for the event is here.

While on the subject of iCONECT, it has just released an infographic called 10 ways to take your document review beyond the status quo, designed to help with the task of choosing a review platform. You can access the infographics 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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