Any search syntax can now be saved and stored by users, allowing litigation teams to record, share and reuse even the most complicated search strings.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
Nextpoint, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of cloud-based regulatory, compliance and litigation products, announces the release of “saved search” functionality across the company’s cloud-based technology platform. Any search syntax can now be saved and stored by users, allowing litigation teams to record, share and reuse even the most complicated search strings. This feature helps to further streamline the process of identifying relevant documents and files from hosted data stores in the Nextpoint platform.
The identification of relevant files within massive data populations is a meticulous and time-consuming task. Nextpoint’s saved search functionality adds another powerful tool to an already robust and advanced search tool set, bringing a new level of expediency and efficiency to the search process. At any time, users may select a previously saved search to re-execute that search criteria and view the updated results. All users can record a saved search, and advanced users in the platform can publish saved searches to all users within their organization or team.
“Nextpoint continues to innovate and improve our platform to maximize efficiency in the management and manipulation of digital data for litigation and compliance,” said Rakesh Madhava, Nextpoint CEO. “This latest saved search release is simply in keeping with our mission to bring our users the most effective, accurate and streamlined platform.”
More information on saved search functionality can be found at http://www.nextpointlab.com.
Nextpoint (http://www.nextpoint.com/) provides cloud computing tools and services to meet legal, compliance and regulatory needs. The Nextpoint platform is an on-demand, multi-tenant suite of software-as-a-service products that are changing the way corporations, governments and attorneys collaborate and manage electronic data. Nextpoint manages terabytes of data for hundreds of large corporate customers across the nation and law firms of all sizes, from solo practitioners to the AmLaw 200.