SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In another bold move to improve speed and cost-savings in discovery, Logikcull, the San Francisco-based Discovery Automation company, has released Review Sets, a revolutionary new feature that promises to significantly decrease the cost and improve the speed of traditional batch-based document review.
In a traditional document review, reviewers receive batches of documents that they must tediously analyze one document at a time in a linear fashion. The best reviewers may only get through 100 documents in a hour. This slow process comes at a high cost ranging from one to ten dollars per-document reviewed.
With Logikcull Review Sets, reviewers can quickly eliminate unresponsive documents using Logikcull’s Culling Intelligence engine, enabling reviewers to instantly cull large quantities of data that they would otherwise have to manually review. This unprecedented marriage of document review with capabilities previously thought only to encapsulate “early case assessment” exponentially increases the review capacity of each user. Some Logikcull customers say they have experienced a tenfold increase in reviewer productivity.
In effect, Logikcull’s review sets have made obsolete the laborious, time-intensive process known as document “batching.” With review sets, individual reviewers are empowered to plow through large subsets of documents with the intuitive culling and advanced analysis tools that are Logikcull’s hallmark.
“As our customers take on ever larger, more complex projects in Logikcull, we are constantly striving to achieve efficiency that simply doesn’t exist within the traditional eDiscovery solution marketplace,” said Logikcull CEO Andy Wilson. “Review Sets empower legal teams to take a divide-and-conquer approach to discovery that, until now, was inconceivable.”
Full details of the new review sets feature, and demo information, can be found at Logikcull.com.
Fresh thinking and common sense technology to bring an end to eDiscovery
Logikcull’s announcement comes closely on the heels of its unprecedented move to shake up the legal technology field with a bold pronouncement last month that it would bring an “end to eDiscovery.”
With an open letter published in four leading legal magazines and on its website, Logikcull.com, the company indicted the archaic processes, complicated technology, and opaque pricing that has become synonymous with the term “eDiscovery.” It is those legacy artifacts that have largely contributed to the extreme waste, cost and risk involved in modern litigation, Logikcull contends.
Logikcull is the leader in cloud-based Discovery Automation
Logikcull is among the only pure cloud-based solutions for discovery of information in litigation and investigations, and has become known for its user-friendly web-based platform that can be used by anyone anywhere at any time. Earlier this year, the company, which was founded in 2004 by Wilson and CTO Sheng Yang, received more than $4 million in funding from prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalists.
Discovery, which involves preserving, gathering, searching and reviewing electronic material for production as evidence, is often the most expensive part of litigation and investigations. Logikcull was created to ease the burden of discovery on individuals and organizations of all sizes, and to make the process safer, more affordable and more just. For more information, visit Logikcull.com