CliCKS Announces the Launch of Venio FPR™ for Early Data Assessment

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Gain an immediate comprehensive look at your relevant data to generate the best discovery plan and legal strategy for your clients.

We prepare our clients for their document review at any point within the litigation life cycle.

CliCKS Document Management, a leader in eDiscovery and litigation support, announces the launch of Venio FPR™ for early data assessment and eReview to our extensive suite of eDiscovery tools.

Combining Venio FPR™ with our experienced project management team offers litigators an easy-to-use first-pass review and assessment tool to comprehensively analyze very large datasets and quickly identify the key documents prior to full-scale review. Our system adds defensible and versatile searching, allowing users the maximum variations of each term or phrase, and impressive email analytics that display the communication and connections between all custodians and the relevancy of each custodian.

Our clients will achieve additional benefits–such as identification of over 70 languages, standard and customizable tagging, email domain analysis and over 35 standard reports on a project or custodian level–all securely hosted by CliCKS and managed by some of the best project managers in the industry.

“Lowering costs, reducing risk and improving the quality of the document review process are priorities of corporate legal departments and law firms,” said Tim Moulton, President & CEO of CliCKS. “Our early data assessment tool gives legal teams a quicker route to more effective analysis of case data. Gaining a comprehensive picture of that data set leads to better strategies and planning earlier in the eDiscovery process.”

About CliCKS
With 21 years of specialization in litigation support and discovery management, our goals have not changed. We look after our client’s best interests by providing exceptional services that address our clients legal and business needs. We seek to streamline the discovery management process for law firms, corporate legal departments and government agencies by utilizing the best processes and people in data collection and forensics, early data assessment, eDiscovery processing, on-line review and paper-based data capture.


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