AccessData Group, a leading provider of integrated digital forensics and e-discovery software, has released Summation 7.0 and an enhanced version of Quin-C, its pioneering investigative solution, to offer legal teams more powerful data processing, review and analysis capabilities throughout the legal review workflow.
Summation is the only all-inclusive, web-based legal review platform that provides teams with a single tool for managing all post-collection stages of e-discovery. The new version of Summation provides users with one-click access to Quin-C, the next-generation HTML5-based offering from AccessData, for seamless integration between the two products.
“These enhancements give our customers the fastest and most scalable solution on the market today, which meets their extreme processing needs and gives them maximum control over the way they process, filter and view data,” said Tim Leehealey, chief evangelist of Quin-C for AccessData. “The improved machine learning capabilities built into our tools help legal teams surface meaningful connections across data sets and Quin-C amplifies our Summation software by offering cutting-edge visualizations, cross-case database search, advanced document clustering and high-speed processing.”
Summation combines full-strength data processing, early case assessment and final review features into a single platform — eliminating the need for iterative processing, data loading and multiple review cycles. Powered by trusted FTK® processing technology, Summation combines processing, review and case organization for the most cost-effective, accelerated e-discovery possible.
New features in Summation 7.0 include:
Quin-C is an innovative and customizable HTML5-based technology offering introduced earlier this year that supports and guides the unique workflows of law enforcement, government agencies, law firms, corporations, forensic labs and service providers of all sizes.
New Quin-C features, which were developed to help users across all investigative needs, include:
The new Quin-C capabilities were developed in close collaboration with the AccessData user community and the application is designed to be extremely flexible so that it can be configured to individual needs and abilities. Quin-C has already been acquired and deployed by a number of public and private sector organizations worldwide, according to Leehealey.
“We’re excited about the new HTML5 user interface and faster navigation that we expect to experience with Quin-C,” said Kris Callahan, litigation software administrator for Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC, an Ohio-based law firm that just renewed its Summation license with AccessData to take advantage of its integration with Quin-C for legal review. “This will allow us to use additional web browsers when accessing Quin-C that will speed up the viewing of images and review of documents during e-discovery.”
Quin-C is easily configurable, so different users — from non-technical to experts — can operate the technology, maximizing the output of the entire team. To request a free trial of Quin-C, please go to the website.
Later this month, AccessData also expects to announce the launch of enhanced versions of its FTK and AD Lab software products for digital forensics professionals, helping users of those products analyze more mobile application data than ever before.
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