Predictive Information Management & Analysis
Recommind provides the most accurate and automated end-to-end eDiscovery, enterprise search and automatic categorization software available. Based on user input, the software understands the meaning behind what users need, automatically and intelligently predicts the best information available and instantly provides the most relevant results.
Where We Started
After years of research at MIT and the University of California, Berkeley in the fields of machine learning, text mining and multimedia information retrieval, Dr. Jan Puzicha and his team recognized that legacy information retrieval technology simply would not be able to handle the ever increasing avalanche of information organizations must process on a daily basis.
Benefiting from intense scrutiny in a world-class research environment, Dr. Puzicha developed and later patented Recommind's completely unique CORE (Context Optimized Relevance Engine) technology that directly addresses these questions. Dr. Puzicha teamed with co-founder Derek Schueren and entrepreneur Bob Tennant to form Recommind in 2000. This dynamic team developed applications built with the powerful CORE technology to solve some of the most vexing search, classification, eDiscovery and compliance challenges facing today's large enterprises.
About Our Name
Our company name, Recommind, represents the powerful combination of human intuition and technology. We utilize technology to instantly and accurately recommend the correct information or expertise that the user has in mind. Similarly, the Recommind logo signifies the extraction of the exact piece of information or expertise a user seeks from the vast universe of available data.
As a leader in the development of best practices in the areas of eDiscovery, regulatory compliance, records management and data retention, Recommind actively participates in a variety of industry groups focused on ameliorating today's information risk management issues. In addition to being members of the Big Data Coalition and the EDRM group (Electronic Discovery Reference Model), Recommind co-chairs the Search and XML Schema Working Groups. Recommind is also actively involved in the Sedona Conference, the DESI Workshop, Association of Corporate Counsel, ILTA, Women in eDiscovery, AIIM, ARMA and other industry groups.