Proof Finder 2 from Nuix now on video

Proof Finder 2 is a limited edition version of Nuix’s investigations and eDiscovery software tool which, in an imaginative exercise, the company is selling for $100 per licence per year. It has all the functionality of the full product, subject to a ceiling of 15GB per case. This second Proof Finder wave also includes the new Nuix Visual Analytics.

This initiative caught the eye not just because of the extremely rare opportunity to use top rank eDiscovery software at little cost, but because all the proceeds are to go to a charity – Room to Read, which supports education and literacy in the developing world by making books and reading skills available to those who would otherwise do without. The first Proof Finder release raised $35,000 which will be used to build a new school in Nepal.

Ideas like this warrant an equally imaginative approach to marketing them. Consistent with this, Nuix has produced a video which simultaneously explains the Proof Finder concept, tells you about Room to Read and illustrates Proof Finder itself to give potential users an idea of what they will see and what they will be able to do with their copy of Proof Finder.

Proof Finder 2 is backed by training, support and a range of other things designed to make it easy to learn how to use the software. That ease of use begins with a simple way of paying your $100 and getting hold of your copy.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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