Logikcull Valuable Features

Victoria Stevens
Senior Paralegal at Wilenchik & Bartness Law Office

First of all, uploading the documents is super easy. You just throw it in a zip, and unless it's a PST, then you can throw it in directly.

The process of tagging, and searching. It's got a greatly intuitive, advanced search mechanism. The best part of all is just the downloading of the actual Bates stamped documents, and then sharing them with other people. Then you can see when the other party has accessed it. So if they say, "I never got it." Then you can say, "Yeah, you did here. Here, you accessed it on this day at this time. So you did." It's like a date and time stamp.

The dashboards are gorgeous. They have helped me through so many possibilities — I could talk all day about Logikcull. When you're getting ready to produce, it will say "You have things that are marked privileged." Or "You have things that are potentially privileged." What Logikcull does is gather as many email addresses for law firms in the world as possible. They will gather those email addresses, and then if there are any of those email addresses that come up, they will say, "These are potentially privileged. You might want to look at them before you produce them."

They've got a good quality control mechanism within the program too. Eclipse SE doesn't because it's server-based, so you have to do quality control on your own. There's this built-in "Wait a minute. Don't produce, look at this first, before you do the production." It has really saved me a couple of times.

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E-Discovery Senior Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

The most valuable feature which I found was that it was very user-friendly. It's a very new age-friendly tech for uploading the data into the software. It also has a wonderful representation of data in terms of dashboards and pivot charts, where you get your data represented in various angles and projections.

They have a very niche functionality, which just involves a simple drag and drop feature. You do not need to go through any extensive coding, or you do not need to use any subsidiary tool to upload the data into it. Unlike other industry tools, you can just use the functionality and drag and drop the data into it.

The other good and versatile feature which I found was the amount of automation involved in it. They have distributed the manual work and the manual effort on the part of the professional. It supports automatic re-duplication of data, automatic scanning of data, optical character recognition, processing, and text extraction from the document. 

In contrast, in other eDiscovery tools like Relativity or Nuix, you would have to do it manually. This tool takes care of it through its versatile inbuilt function, incorporating automation. Also, no physical transportation of data is required.

You can give a specific set of permissions to specific people with credentials, and they could just upload the data into the tool using the simple drag and drop feature. No hard drives will be required, and no write blockers. You have a set of data, and you give the credentials to a certain professional who has the access and the right to upload the data, and it is done. 

A final aspect which I really found very cool was that it provides very cool features like uploading a picture on social media, which is very user-friendly. You don't find it a lot with other tools. 

There are also some other functionalities. For example, while processing data, some other things are taken into account, like hidden content. These are like the speaker notes and annotations, which would require extensive searching in other tools. This tool just easily reveals it.

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