When you think of eDiscovery, plenty of adjectives come to mind. “Convenient” is rarely one of them. But Ipro’s Eclipse manages large amounts of data, helps cut costs and is accessible from anywhere in the world through a secure, user-friendly online interface. If you have access to a web browser, you can work with your data.
Eclipse allows you to:
- Access data through a secure interface
- Experience full administrative control to load data, add cases, set levels of access rights and edit settings
- Use enhanced search options that easily apply filters, create multiple indexes and combine previous and current queries
- Identify and categorize pertinent documents with the Predictive Coding engine
- Oversee case progress, a review pass, a batch or an individual reviewer using the dashboard module
The software integrates with our proprietary processes, including keyword analytics, advanced sampling techniques, near duplicate analysis and predictive ranking. Eclipse offers conceptual search capabilities, which means reviewers can use key phrases and documents to find similar, conceptually related documents. This can be extremely effective for culling down a data set and identifying non-responsive documents to exclude from review. And, we can train you to take control of your data from anywhere in the world. It’s secure, powerful and simple.
In addition to Eclipse, our Ipro environment includes Allegro, a sister application that simplifies the early case assessment process. Ipro’s Allegro presents data in easy-to-understand graphs, charts and timelines and allows attorneys to focus on specific data ranges, key custodians or other relevant metadata. Organize your process and visualize your data in ways that make sense for you.
This platform is also available through DSi Managed Services as DSi Eclipse in the Cloud. We host and fully support DSi Eclipse in the Cloud so that you don’t have to worry about large capital expenditures or software upgrades.
If you’re interested in learning more about Eclipse, contact us or checking out these resources:
• DSi Eclipse in the Cloud (brochure)