Developed from the aggregate results of three administrations of the semi-annual Predictive Coding Technologies and Protocols Survey from ComplexDiscovery, the following overview of survey informational request responses regarding primary predictive coding platforms is provided with the hope that the results may be helpful for eDiscovery professionals as they consider predictive coding.
Based on the transformation of communication approaches and technologies the advent of the Internet, historically accepted principles of marketing communications require continuous and considerable evaluation in light of the available conduits to communicate with others.
The Permira funds’ investment will support Axiom as it pursues growth opportunities arising from clients’ increasing need for legal talent that is flexible yet integrated with the enterprise. Areas of likely support include further investment in Axiom’s technology platform, which helps to identify, match and engage companies with talent, and continued expansion of Axiom’s sales force to better meet the needs of current and potential clients, particularly within the Fortune 500. Permira will also leverage its international footprint to support Axiom’s continued expansion, through investment and business development, in the U.S. and globally.
The Predictive Coding Technologies and Protocols Survey is a non-scientific survey designed to help provide a general understanding of the use of predictive coding technologies, protocols, and workflows by data discovery and legal discovery professionals within the eDiscovery ecosystem.
Bob Polus, XDD President and CEO states, “As the catalyst for most matters, forensic services are an integral part of our end-to-end service offering. With existing XDD forensics offices in nine locations nationwide, bringing in the Beyond IT team expands our presence in the populous south-central US. Coupled with their expertise in cybersecurity, Paul Price, Principal at Beyond IT, will lead the XDD Forensics team in providing exemplary services to clients nationwide.”
“Clio is committed to building the essential operating system for lawyers, one that focuses relentlessly on unlocking new efficiencies and entry points to legal services. This will allow legal professionals to easily deliver exceptional client experiences, increase their productivity, grow their firms, and make legal services more accessible. This investment from experienced growth software investors will accelerate our ability to realize this vision.”
For companies that don’t sell everyday items, for example, it’s not as important for their brand to be top of mind for consumers. “Instead, I want to know that when our customer needs us, they recognize the brand and understand the services we provide,” said Jake Taylor, a marketing analyst at CORT. That’s why brand awareness can mean something different for every organization.
what3words is a location technology company that is positioning itself as the simplest way to talk about location. The company is enabling people around the world to identify and share any precise location information using just three words. To do this, the company has taken the globe, divided it into a grid of 3m x 3m squares, and given each one of the 57 trillion squares a unique 3-word address. With a combination of its mapping app and traditional mapping providers, users can quickly identify current locations and their three-word address or find locations with just three words.
In 1982, Inc. began showcasing 500 of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States and publishing them as part of an Inc. 500 listing. Twenty-five years later the showcase list was expanded to include 5,000 companies and rechristened as the Inc. 5000. This year’s Inc. 5000 contains a variety of national businesses to include several leading eDiscovery enablers.
“The federal government can help the U.S. maintain its leadership in AI by working closely with our experts in industry and academia, investing in research, and engaging with the international standards community,” said Under Secretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology and NIST Director Walter G. Copan. “This plan provides a path to ensure the federal government supports AI standards that are flexible and inclusive—and suited for a world of rapidly changing technologies and applications.”