Kroll Ontrack Enjoys Predictive Coding Award

October 20, 2014

What happened to Recommind and ZyLAB? We thought they were eDiscovery frontrunners, but now BusinessWire tells us, “Kroll Ontrack Voted Best Predictive Coding Solution in New York Law Journal Survey.” The 2014 survey tallied votes in 90 categories from readers of the law journal ALM. The press release quotes Kroll Ontrack’s VP of product management, John Grancarich:

“We are honored to be chosen as the leading predictive coding technology in the industry by New York Law Journal readers. With a focus on amplifying the power of your best reviewers, this award demonstrates the impact Review predictive coding technology has in driving increased speed, consistency and accuracy in document review.”

The strength of the predictive coding platform, we are told, comes from three parts that work together: workflow technology, “smart training” technology, and quality control/ sampling technology. The write-up emphasizes:

“Given the innovative volume control mechanisms of Review, the award-winning power of Kroll Ontrack’s predictive coding is available throughout the entire culling, filtering, early data assessment and review experience. For more information about Kroll Ontrack predictive coding technology, visit or watch a demo at”

Headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Kroll Ontrack launched as a software firm in 1985. The company’s work with damaged hard drives led to a focus on data recovery. Now, Kroll Ontrack supplies a wealth of data-related solutions to customers in the legal, corporate, and government arenas.

Cynthia Murrell, October 20, 2014

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