Recommind Publishes Predictive Coding Guide

October 8, 2012

Darned amazing. It is like rocket science for dummies. The Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch reports, “Recommind Announces ‘Predictive Coding for Dummies’.” The publication, part of the “for Dummies” series of manuals, aims to help document reviewers speed and automate their process. The press release explains:

“This guide is a definitive text covering the challenges of document review in eDiscovery, what makes it vital to legal cases, and what to look for in an eDiscovery solution. ‘Predictive Coding for Dummies’ also outlines real-world cost savings through Predictive Coding solutions like Axcelerate Review & Analysis, Recommind’s leading end-to-end eDiscovery product. . . .

“Through hundreds of implementations, Recommind understands firsthand the high cost associated with using old approaches to document review and the benefits an eDiscovery solution provides. Recommind’s eDiscovery solution is designed to address the specific context of today’s law firms and legal departments, including the ever-increasing volume of information.”

Though it sounds like the guide may amount to an info-advertisement for Recommind’s products, you may be able to glean some useful nuggets from it. Chapter titles include “Information Explosion and Electronic Discovery”; “Putting Predictive Coding to Work”; and “The Top Benefits of Predictive Coding.”

Axcelerate eDiscovery is Recommind‘s flagship product, based on their CORE platform. The company was formed in 2000. It is headquartered in San Francisco, and maintains offices around the world.

Cynthia Murrell, Occtober 08, 2012

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