Kroll Ontrack predictive coding technology receives first place award in The 2014 Best of NLJ Survey
Ediscovery.com Review has the most powerful predictive coding in the legal technologies industry, making document review faster, more accurate and less costly
MINNEAPOLIS – April 1, 2014 – Kroll Ontrack, the leading provider of ediscovery and data recovery products and services, today announced it received top honors for its predictive coding technology in The 2014 Best of NLJ Survey. The 2014 Best of NLJ Survey garnered more than 6,000 votes from lawyers, legal consultants, judges and other law firm professionals across the country. The predictive coding capabilities within Kroll Ontrack’s platform have been used on hundreds of matters in the four years it has been in the market.
“We are honored to be chosen as the leading predictive coding technology in the industry by National Law Journal readers,” said Andrea Gibson, product director, Kroll Ontrack. “This award demonstrates that the legal community recognizes the power of this innovative technology for culling, early data assessment (EDA) and full review. We are proud to deliver speed and efficacy rates not seen with other platforms.”
Predictive coding within ediscovery.com Review leverages human expertise to drive optimal technology results. The power of Kroll Ontrack’s predictive coding platform is derived from three components that work together.
- Workflow technology is integrated with predictive coding to automate the routing and distribution of documents, with built-in safeguards to ensure quality control.
- With documents in hand, smart training technology then learns from both user decisions and random sampling to immediately prioritize important documents for review. As more documents are trained, predictive coding algorithms get “smarter” and easily adapt to accommodate new criteria.
- Finally, quality control and sampling technology monitor the effectiveness of document categorizations to arrive at the necessary confidence levels that contribute to production defensibility.
Ben Blomberg, 952-516-3617, Ben.Blomberg@krolldiscovery.com