“We continue to implement our clients' suggestions for improvements” - Ian Wilson, Servient Founder and CEO.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
Servient has announced the release of version 4.3 of its E-Discovery Platform. The latest version features an automated refinement process and enhanced statistical tools for improved transparency of the Predictive Review process.
Servient, as part of its active machine learning process, identifies and selects documents that should be reviewed to “teach the system”. The integrated refinement process allows the legal team to quickly teach the system to better identify and organize relevant documents. Version 4.3 has improved this process by fully automating the assignment of refinement documents, which enables implementation of custom workflows depending on the matter.
Statistical reporting of process to increase transparency has also been upgraded. One of the important benefits of Servient is that the manual review and the Predictive Review learning process can be run in parallel. The new version features enhanced graphical reports that allow the user to clearly visualize the accuracy of both the manual review and Predictive Review simultaneously. This aids the legal team’s implementation of an advanced quality assurance process.
Version 4.3 presents features that were implemented based on direct feedback from Servient’s client base. “We continue to implement our clients' suggestions for improvements,” stated Ian Wilson, Servient Founder and CEO. “We see that tight integration of machine learning technology into the review workflow and advanced statistical reporting are essential to promoting the adoption of predictive coding technology and improving the transparency of the process,” Wilson concluded.
Servient provides advanced electronic discovery technology solutions to leading law firms, Fortune 1000 corporations and government agencies. Servient's Predictive Review combines advanced machine learning technology with attorney review. Servient actively learns from the document decisions made by the legal team during legal review and separates the relevant documents from the irrelevant material. Servient has offices in Houston and Austin, Texas; Washington, D.C.; Richmond, Va.; Philadelphia; New York City; and Pune, India. For more information about Servient, please visit http://www.servient.com.