Reston, VA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
iCONECT Development LLC, technology leaders who reach beyond the status quo with an intuitive and flexible document review platform that works the way you think, is aligning with Los Angeles-based Japanese Doc Review, the leading provider of Japanese-fluent eDiscovery project management in the U.S., through iCONECT’s Consulting Partner Program. Japanese Doc Review clients will benefit from iCONECT’s technological expertise and review workflow adaptability, providing innovative, international language, scalable solutions that can reduce the costs and risks of eDiscovery.
“Japanese Doc Review provides solutions to satisfy all requirements of a major Japanese-language document review, utilizing experienced Japanese-fluent attorneys,” states Jonathan Rossi, CEO of Japanese Doc Review. “The addition of iCONECT’s XERA review platform to our client offerings will increase our ability to optimize workflows, manage big data and complete complex review projects more cost effectively.”
While electronic data volumes, case complexity and client demands increase and team members become more geographically dispersed, eDiscovery project teams face increasing obstacles and inefficient workflows that can cost organizations valuable time and money. The challenges of optimizing workflow are further compounded when reviewers in different countries need to search, organize and review documents in foreign languages. iCONECT’s flagship platform, XERA, creates a seamless workflow for reviewers and neutralizes the typical challenges of multiple languages and international collaboration.
“XERA’s ability to customize the language of the interface to the language of the user is essential to collaborative communication in an international document review,” says Ian Campbell, iCONECT’s President and Co-founder. “Our partnership with Japanese Doc Review is timely, coinciding with the upcoming addition of Japanese to our popular language-specific interface.”
The iCONECT Consulting Partner Program links iCONECT technology with project consultants who truly understand the business of review. With their assistance, corporations and law firms alike can take advantage of skills and advice from an outside source that can aggregate proven workflow and technologies to optimize results, helping to meet a firm’s objectives.
To learn more about iCONECT, visit http://www.iconect.com . For additional XERA product information and interactive videos, please visit http://www.iconect.com/xera. Click here to schedule an XERA demo.
ABOUT iCONECT DEVELOPMENT LLC
iCONECT Development, LLC is a global market leader in developing innovative legal review software, services and programs that empower people to complete complex legal review projects more cost-effectively. As early innovators of eDiscovery review software since 1999, and with the release of its revolutionary web-based XERA eDiscovery Review Platform, iCONECT continues to raise the bar for advancements in developing intelligent, easy-to-use tools that help hosting providers, law firms, corporations and government agencies worldwide optimize workflows and manage big data more efficiently.
iCONECT’s worldwide corporate headquarters are based in Reston, Virginia (Washington, D.C.), with satellite offices in Los Angeles, California, and London, Canada.
iCONECT and the iCONECT logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of iCONECT Development, LLC or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
ABOUT JAPANESE DOC REVIEW, LLC
Japanese Doc Review, LLC specializes in recruiting, supporting and managing Japanese document review teams. Our mission is to help our clients feel confident when confronted with any size Japanese language matter. Organized to leverage the largest professional network of Japanese fluent attorneys, we are embedded in the community most experienced to conduct Japanese document review. When you work or partner with Japanese Doc Review, our exclusive Japanese focus empowers your team to better service your clients, not learn Japanese.