Some of the reasons why iCONECT won that award are helpfully recapitulated in an interview which I did with iCONECT CEO Ian Campbell a few weeks earlier and which you will find below.
Ian Campbell talks first about iCONECT’s relationships with Nuix which, he says, is is mutually beneficial to both the companies themselves and to their clients because Nuix and iCONECT live at opposite ends of the EDRM with little overlap. The technical integration encourages mutual recommendations between the two companies.
Ian Campbell also talks about iCONECT Xplorer which, as I wrote here, enables the easy collection of data from remote custodians via a link sent by email. Ian Campbell also tells us about XERA-CONECT (I wrote about that here) which makes project information such as case metrics, review of statistics and project progress accessible via mobile devices.
Lastly, Ian Campbell talks about iCONECT’s new involvement in the healthcare market. Those of us involved in eDiscovery, he says, “underestimate how good our technologies are” and this is what led iCONECT to look at niche markets and entire industries who have similar problems to those which are solved daily by eDiscovery skills and software. Medical records held in multiple locations and varied data formats are a good example of this.