New service combines Deloitte’s industry experience and technical expertise with Nuix Discover® review, analytics and artificial intelligence.
Global software company Nuix and leading professional services firm Deloitte UK will now offer a hosted eDiscovery review service based on Nuix Discover.
Nuix’s award-winning legal review interface will be made available to Deloitte’s clients who can tap into advanced analytics and artificial intelligence technologies as a service offered by Deloitte UK from a secure hosted environment. This online service is delivered with workflow techniques built from Deloitte’s deep industry experience and advanced technical expertise in handling challenging discovery matters.
“Our alliance partnership with Nuix allows us to provide a cost-effective discovery service for litigation, internal investigations and regulatory enquiries without compromising on security or service,” said Peter Robinson, head of Deloitte’s electronic discovery function in the UK.
“Our clients face a landscape of growing data volumes, multiple data types and continual regulatory changes. With Nuix Discover as part of our solution, we can more readily address the challenges of data requests that require rapid responses.”
Nuix Discover puts the power of enhanced eDiscovery review, visual analytics, and predictive coding at your fingertips to help you uncover better evidence faster and quickly integrate it into your strategy for litigation and regulatory cases. Its fast, powerful processing engine transforms raw data into meaningful information consistently and with forensic precision. Nuix Discover can be deployed on-premise, in the cloud, or anything in between.
“Nuix and Deloitte have a long and successful history of working together in the UK and around the world to solve their clients’ discovery challenges,” said Jonathan Rees, CEO EMEA at Nuix. “We’re delighted that Deloitte has extended its Nuix investments with Nuix Discover and had many of its practitioners certified in using our world-leading technologies.”