In this interview, I ask Roe Frazer, CEO of eDiscovery software company Cicayda, what is different about Cicayda.
Roe Frazer’s answer stresses the technology, and in particular the natural language processing analytics, on which Cicayda is based. That does not just help lawyers find things very quickly, but works out the relationships between people, and between people and the data, so that the facts, the custodians, the names, the dates and the organisations fall into place for the lawyers to work with.
I also ask Roe Frazer what is coming next for Cicayda. He says, as one would expect, that its development schedule is driven by what its users want, and gives some examples.