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Recommind Transforms the eDiscovery User Experience With Axcelerate 5

Major New Release Delivers the Ultimate Combination of Powerful Analytics, Simplicity and Ease of Use in the Cloud

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/03/14 -- Recommind, a leader in information intelligence, today released Axcelerate 5, the next generation of its pioneering cloud-based eDiscovery review and analysis platform.

The result of a two-year development effort in close collaboration with practitioners, customers and thought leaders, Axcelerate 5 provides a completely redesigned interface, new analytics, visualization tools and streamlined, flexible workflows. These new features dramatically simplify the eDiscovery process while enhancing the usability of Recommind's pioneering Predictive Coding for review optimization and prioritization. The result is an industry-changing combination of power and simplicity.

Axcelerate 5 sets a new standard for review efficiency and early case insight, helping users find the key facts that will make or break their case faster and more reliably. The result is a more intuitive and flexible workflow that enables users to take control of their review process with confidence right from the outset, informing their legal strategy for better outcomes on cases large and small.

"Recommind has done a great job with Axcelerate 5," said Florinda Baldridge, Global Director of Practice Support at Norton Rose Fulbright. "I am particularly impressed by the user-friendly design and outstanding visualization. Axcelerate 5 also offers sophisticated workflow tools that will greatly increase project management and document review productivity."

Axcelerate 5 contains more than 300 enhancements and new features including:

Consumer Grade User Experience
Leveraging the same technologies used in leading consumer web applications, the new HTML5 interface has been redesigned from the ground up with a focus on maximum ease of use. It features intuitive controls and advanced visualization for an unparalleled user experience.

Communication Analysis
With the newly enhanced Hypergraph, attorneys can uncover hidden connections and patterns that emerge from communication streams. A visual representation of the interrelationships among custodians and other entities provides valuable insights to validate collection decisions, identify risks and discover key documents faster.

Next-Generation Viewer
The document viewer is a major leap forward for eDiscovery productivity. It is browser-agnostic, has no plugins to install and works from any computer. New rendering technology ensures a high-fidelity, near-native experience with even the most complex and detailed documents.

Intelligent Redaction
Axcelerate 5 lets users redact-on-the-fly right in the near-native view, avoiding the need to wait and pay for unnecessary conversions to TIFF. Axcelerate can also redact full pages, perform negative redactions, redact search terms and even use analytics to automatically find personally identifiable information (PII) and redact it instantly.

End-of-Branch Email Analysis
Built-in email thread suppression helps users dramatically reduce their review volumes, with no external processing required. Using sophisticated analytics, Axcelerate 5 reliably identifies and flags unique items in email threads and elegantly displays them, so users can confidently focus on just the most inclusive communications.

Interactive Review Dashboards
The Predictive Coding Dashboard maps the review journey, shows progress at every stage and helps predict costs and timelines. For matters of all sizes, it's now easier than ever for users to review only what they truly need to, and to confidently know when the review is complete.

"We're pleased to see Recommind continue to expand beyond predictive coding," said attorney David Horrigan, analyst and counsel at 451 Research. "By redesigning the user interface and working to enhance the system's automation, Recommind has moved to make its new Axcelerate 5 release an offering for its current legal customers as well as new ones in different business verticals."

Axcelerate 5 delivers the full range of EDRM capabilities in a unified platform. This all-in-one approach removes the need for risky and time-consuming data handoffs between applications or service providers. It also removes piecemeal, add-on service costs and third-party licensing fees from the eDiscovery financial equation.

"Axcelerate 5 sets a new benchmark in eDiscovery," said Bob Tennant, CEO of Recommind. "It provides the industry's most interactive, user-centric experience without sacrificing the tremendous power of our pioneering analytics, advanced search and machine learning technology."

For more on Axcelerate 5, please visit the Recommind website.

About Recommind, Inc.
Recommind is a leader in information intelligence, delivering breakthrough software applications that harness the power of information to solve concrete business problems. Recommind customers include AstraZeneca, BMW, Cisco, Clifford Chance, Marathon Oil, Morgan Lewis, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Swiss Re, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), White & Case and WilmerHale. Recommind is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in New York, Boston, London, Sydney and Bonn, Germany. For more information go to

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