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#LTNY ’12

Posted By David Cochran On 01/26/2012 @ 9:51 pm In Uncategorized | No Comments

It’s that time of year again!  NY Legal Tech.  This will be my 22nd NY Legal Tech by rough count.  Over the years I’ve seen trends change from scanning and paper coding to the complexities of ESI, ECA and hosting platforms.  The show has grown from a floor to multiple floors and seems to keep on growing.  Those companies that have solid and experienced executives, project management and technological forethought are those companies that continue to thrive and are relevant at Legal Tech.  And, I am proud that Planet Data, celebrating ten years, and with a team averaging over 20 years in the business (25 for me) has a thoughtful approach to applying technology, and is one of those companies.

I’m looking forward to a few panels – especially those are going to address Project Management, Validation Sampling, Automated Review and new trends.  It’s always intriguing to hear the different perspectives between vendor and law firm or corporation – especially hearing what’s important to different people.  There is always something to be learned by paying attention to exactly that. 

As for us we are really looking forward to introducing the next generation of Exego, Exego3, our patent pending ECA platform.  Although Exego has been a mainstay since 2009, we are constantly looking for ways to make our clients more efficient and productive. 

A little about Exego3  – we built several new features and advanced capabilities to further validate and streamline the ever-growing searching challenges.  We’ll be demonstrating Asynchronous Searching (the ability to submit searches and keep working while those multiple searches run in the background), Enhanced Meta Data Search Tools  (allowing the easy construction of queries across large numbers of metadata fields; and Validation Through Random Sampling (allowing the user to sample against non-responsive documents, as well as to apply sampling techniques to quantify the effectiveness of search terms very early in the case).

Hope to see you there. 

Dave

 

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