Cicayda integrates its eDiscovery software Reprise with Citrix ShareFile

CicaydaDotsCicayda’s Reprise is a cloud-based discovery review software platform which offers fast and powerful eDiscovery review, including text analytics, to law firms and their clients.

Cicayda has announced that it is integrating Reprise with file-sharing and sync service Citrix ShareFile. According to Cicayda CEO Billy Hyatt, this integration will “give law firms a smart, easy, secure, and compatible way to move their data in ShareFile into our Reprise platform for instant eDiscovery”.

Cicayda prides itself on a number of things, not least its continuous development schedule to meet client wishes, but perhaps the two most important features are its fast search facility and a user interface designed to make eDiscovery straightforward.

If you add that to the easy route from Citrix ShareFile into Reprise, much of the complexity of the eDiscovery process is removed, and all within a secure environment.

Cicayda offers litigation hold, data culling, early case assessment, review, production, analysis, search and advanced natural language text analytics, along with litigation support services and managed review services. This latest development attacks the discovery problem at the beginning of the process, getting data easily into Reprise in the first place.

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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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