SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nuix, a worldwide provider of information management technologies, today launched eDiscovery 5, which expands the usability of the Nuix Engine with web capabilities and automation designed to revolutionize and simplify eDiscovery workflows.
Nuix 5 delivers breakthrough extensions to the Nuix Engine’s architecture, paving the way for dashboard-driven web applications such as Nuix Director. Nuix Director will launch next quarter, providing easy-to-use, automated and template-driven eDiscovery workflows.
“Our relentless drive to improve quality and to innovate has made the Nuix Engine the industry’s leading platform for processing unstructured data at speed and scale,” said Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix. “With Nuix eDiscovery 5, we have focused on making the Nuix Engine more accessible and on making the hard work of eDiscovery easier for everybody.”
Version 5 includes many of Nuix customers’ most sought-after enhancements including:
- The ability to add custom metadata
- Selective processing by file type, a fast and easy way to cull large data sets
- Improvements to clustering and faster Microsoft Office document imaging
- Integrated optical character recognition
- Support for many new file formats including live data from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint cloud services and Symantec Enterprise Vault archives
- New and updated application programming interfaces (APIs), enabling Nuix and third-party developers to create web applications that give users powerful and flexible ways to work with the Nuix Engine
- Predictive coding and all Nuix’s advanced capabilities included in the one price.
“Nuix is maintaining its edge as a technology leader that listens to its customers and delivers advanced functionality that meets the needs of the legal services industry and our customers,” said Chris Dahl, Senior Director of Solutions and Technology at Lighthouse eDiscovery, a leading provider of technology-enabled discovery services to Fortune 100 corporations across the United States.
“Our own experiences with workflows and automation have shown tangible results in reducing costs, increasing throughput and minimizing errors. We are excited about Nuix Director and its potential to help us further along this path.”
The highly anticipated Nuix Director will empower eDiscovery analysts and technicians to complete eDiscovery tasks much faster than before. It replaces manual processes with automated workflows that deliver consistent and defensible results. Nuix Director features an easy-to-read, interactive dashboard that gives users access to template-driven workflows and customer-ready reports for all stages of the eDiscovery process.
“Nuix Director is all about simplifying the discovery workflow, providing detailed reporting and minimizing the opportunities to make mistakes,” said Sheehy. “Mistakes and re-work are the scourge of the legal services industry, so we designed Nuix eDiscovery 5 and Nuix Director to eliminate this terrible waste.”
Nuix will preview Nuix Director at the ILTA Conference 2013, August 18–22 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Nuix is a worldwide provider of information management technologies, including eDiscovery, electronic investigation and information governance software. Nuix customers include the world’s leading advisory firms, litigation support providers, enterprises, government departments, law enforcement agencies, and all of the world’s major corporate regulatory bodies.