ICA enables better cull rates, accelerated review time and deeper insight into evidentiary data. Its iterative workflows and ease-of-use translate across multiple file formats and languages.
San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
SFL Data, the first provider of a fixed-price e-discovery managed service, now offers an Intelligent Case Assessment (ICA) platform for corporations, government agencies and law firms. ICA enables clients to perform early case assessment and rapidly cull down data, thereby reducing costs, increasing defensibility and enabling more transparency throughout the electronic discovery process. Through a secure Relativity login, SFL Data clients can use ICA to:
- Immediately access, search and analyze case data during the cull/analysis stage, prior to review
- Leverage an intuitive user interface
- Perform complex or simple searches across all text, metadata and user decisions
- Generate complex and granular custom search reporting
- Use core Relativity features (i.e., Pivot and Filtering) to rapidly analyze and categorize data
- Promote documents for review or production
- Leverage SFL Data’s Consulting Group to help negotiate, design, drive and execute defensible search strategies
“Early case assessment is a critical step in efficient litigation, as it can make or break a case. That’s why ICA enables better cull rates, accelerated review time and deeper insight into evidentiary data. Plus, its iterative workflows and ease-of-use translate across multiple file formats and languages,” said SFL Data Vice President of Sales Chris Waldo.
SFL Data’s Discovery Solutions Consultants are available to offer additional information to clients about how ICA can rapidly filter, process, search and analyze data.
About SFL Data
SFL Data is the first e-discovery service provider to deliver a fixed-price managed service that enables Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and law firms to gain a world class e-discovery function without building it internally. Using an e-discovery managed service can reduce litigation costs by more than 50 percent and achieve better control, visibility, and defensible results. SFL Data’s clients include Oracle, VMware, Facebook and Autodesk, as well as more than 100 AmLaw 250 law firms. Founded in 1998, SFL Data is a privately held company based in San Francisco. More information is available at 415-392-2900 or at http://www.sfldata.com.
Mar Junge, mar[at]c3PR[dot]com, 408-730-8506
Vanessa Bradford, vanessa[at]c3PR[dot]com, 209-505-3690