In New York last February I interviewed Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, and Ian Campbell, President and CEO of iCONECT, about their plans for closer integration. The interview is below.
The integration continues, both as a technical matter and in marketing terms, as this page from the Nuix website shows.
Everyone benefits from this arrangement – not just Nuix and iCONECT themselves, who find in each other complimentary qualities without much overlap, but for legal service providers, project managers and lawyers who are the end users.
The two main drivers here are speed and the enablement of users. The speed comes partly from the separate attributes of Nuix and iCONECT-XERA, both of which are designed to enable extremely fast processing, but also from work which has gone into the technical integration which allows the seamless import of Nuix case data directly into a new or existing XERA project.
I have picked up many of the press releases from each company as the year has progressed but both of them make more announcements than I can keep up with. Fortunately, both companies have clear and easily navigated websites and you can catch up with iCONECT here and Nuix here.