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Technolawyer Gives Discovery Cloud Perfect Marks

In a recently published, in-depth software review, TechnoLawyer gave Nextpoint’s Discovery Cloud eDiscovery review platform its highest overall score, an A+. The review was written by Brett Burney, an experienced litigator and eDiscovery manager, a nationally recognized legal technologist, and founder of Burney Consultants, which provides professional consulting services to corporate executives and legal professionals. He also publishes the excellent eDiscovery Info blog. In the review, he gave Discovery Cloud a nearly perfect 4.9 on a 5.0 scale.

Discovery Cloud Technoloawyer ReviewClick here to download a copy of the full review.

Brett had only small suggestions for new features, but noted, “my wish list is modest and will soon be granted,” identifying soon-to-be released enhancements, including new search filters. He was also pleased with Nextpoint’s pricing and cloud service business model. “You’ll be happy to know that Nextpoint lists its prices…. I continue to be impressed with Nextpoint’s quest to ‘democratize e-discovery.’”

In summarizing his review, Mr. Burney says, “Discovery Cloud merits a nearly perfect TechnoScore of A+. It can compete toe-to-toe with just about any discovery review platform out there for any size case. Litigators of all stripes should give it a close look.”

Technolawyer is an independent and widely-respected publication in the legal industry, and Mr. Burney’s review is a detailed and thorough examination of the Discovery Cloud  solution. We were especially excited to receive high marks from Brett, who we consider to be a true thought leader and influencer in the legal space.

Jason Krause

Jason Krause is a veteran of the legal technology industry with more than a dozen years of experience as a journalist covering eDiscovery. Prior to joining Nextpoint’s marketing department, Jason was a writer and reporter for the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal, where he was one of the first to recognize and report on the impact exploding volumes of evidence is having on litigation. He has also covered the industry as a freelance writer and independent marketing consultant for publications such as Law Technology News. Connect with Jason on Google Plus.

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