Recommind hit the market hard in 2011 as one of the earliest predictive coding (PC) offerings. They garnered a bit of market backlash for their high profile announcement to broadly enforce their PC patent but seemed to shift their focus to Information Governance corporate sales in 2012. Recommind’s latest round of funding for $15 million…
The ability to identify patterns, connect people and information, and draw informed conclusions from across large, disparate data sources is core to investigations today – so, how to go about it? Nick Patience of Recommind has a view.
It’s the dawn of the living data and information growth is out of control; companies are ending up with Terabytes or Petabytes of information. Successful organisations run and are dependent on information. However, information is only valuable to an organisation if you know where it is, what’s in it, and what is shareable.
Banks are increasingly faced with a host of regulatory and legal woes. Recently, firms like JP Morgan and HSBC have taken major measures to improve internal controls so that they can comply with new and changing regulations, writes Nick Patience
The company is a key player in the legal technology market and has achieved substantial growth as a provider of predictive coding technology for legal e-discovery. As Recommind continues on its path, it’s looking to additional markets.