Knowledge truly is power. However, knowledge when it comes to e-discovery means knowing where the information is and how to use or access it. Electronic discovery remains a complicated and often costly issue.
This blog will take an objective look at Ediscovery trends litigation support and without warning will veer off into personal observations and themes.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
BeyondRecognition Denies Plans to Aquire EMC or Kofax
Germantown TN – April 1, 2014. John Martin, CEO and Founder of BeyondRecognition, LLC, a Memphis-based technology company providing data-driven information governance technology to Fortune 500 companies, today denied trade rumors that BR had plans in place to acquire the stock or assets of either Kofax or EMC. According to Martin, “While both Kofax and EMC presently have respectable revenue numbers, we have no plans to acquire them. We believe that our organic growth will permit us to capture a significant share of their document capture and business process automation business.”
To support his view of BR’s growth potential, Martin noted that BR had signed MSA agreements with six Fortune 100 clients in Q1, 2014.
Martin went on to explain that BR’s information governance technology was based on visual similarity, enabling it to automatically classify documents without the client having to develop upfront document classification rules or select multiple exemplars for each classification. “This greatly compresses the time frame required to launch projects like content migration or file share remediation. The fact that BR classifies native electronic documents as well as scanned paper documents is also a huge competitive advantage.”
BeyondRecognition (“BR”) provides enterprise-scale information governance technology to Fortune 500 clients. BR’s core technology classifies electronic and scanned paper documents based on their visual similarity. Other components of BR’s offerings include zonal attribute extraction, visual deduping, and glyph recognition. BR technology enables content migration, file remediation, and other IG tasks as well as powering document-intensive business processes. BR’s clients enjoy rapid project start-up and improved accuracy in coding or extracting document attributes, and they particularly appreciate being able to finish projects in months that had originally been scheduled to take years.
For more information about BeyondRecognition, visit the BR website at www.BeyondRecognition.net, or contact Joe Howie, VP, Corporate Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 918-894-6943.This release valid only on April 1, 2014 – think about it and have a great day.