LexisNexis Launches Web-Enabled Version Of Early Data Analyzer

LexisNexis Launches Web-Enabled Version Of Early Data Analyzer

LexisNexis Web-Enabled Early Data Analyzer

LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer filters, indexes and searches data at its source location so that you can determine the nature and amount of relevant data in a lawsuit, rather than processing an entire data set that includes many duplicate and extraneous files. Using this tool, litigators can reduce the number of files for e-discovery processing and review by up to 80 percent - helping to save time and money.

With anywhere/anytime access, the new Web version of the solution offers the opportunity for this process to become even more efficient.

"Web-enabled LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer makes it possible for litigation teams to work even more collaboratively during the early stages of e-discovery from multiple locations," said Josh Rosenberg, senior director of Litigation Tools & Professional Services at LexisNexis. "Litigation professionals can now have available their entire case dashboard and operate the software tool from any laptop or mobile device with access to the Internet."

The new version of LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer is compatible with all major tablets and mobile devices, via Web browsers, including Safari®, Google ChromeTM, Firefox® or Internet Explorer® 9.

In addition to the Web accessibility, the following features have also been added to LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer:

  • Visual analytics - Litigation professionals can now apply various filters to instantly see the cause and effect of data decisions and make adjustments on the spot.
  • Easy exports to third-party applications - Users can now export files directly into other applications. LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer customers can acquire and use the software as a standalone product that integrates with other early case assessment tools.
  • Faster performance - A more streamlined user interface and new 64-bit technology delivers a faster, more effective and compelling user experience.
  • EnCase® Forensic compatibility - The new version seamlessly accepts the imports of EnCase Forensic image files into LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer.
  • Better filtering control - New filtering definitions give users better control, which means easier review of imported data sets.

LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer is available as a standalone product and as a fully integrated module within LAW PreDiscoveryTM, an advanced imaging and electronic discovery software application, which enables users to scan paper and import electronic files with one, easy-to-use solution.

Recently, LexisNexis also introduced LAW PreDiscovery 6.3, a new version of the application that provides improved workflow for processing PDF files, enables data importing with extended options for Microsoft PowerPoint, delivers support for more file formats and has more robust reporting tools.

LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer and LAW PreDiscovery are most effective when used in conjunction with each other to reduce the cost of assessing, managing and processing discovery data. To experience both tools together, visit www.lexisnexis.com/litigation-lawprediscovery.

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