January 15, 2021

Summation Gets an A

Today Brett Burney, one of the original “Summation old timers” (proof:  he knows what E-Loader Lite is) reviewed Summation 5 in Law Technology News.  Burney deemed Summation “a completely new platform that competes with the most sophisticated processing and review tools on the market today,” citing its powerful processing engine (FTK-based), robust advanced search capabilities and the useful  (and unique)  word-processing style redaction. Brett was also impressed with and pretty excited about the what he called AccessData’s “remarkable step of marrying their premiere FTK forensic technology with the Summation document review platform,” – a step which we at AccessData are also pretty excited about.  Summing up, Burney called Summation “impressive,” and “crammed full with just about every modern e-discovery tool and feature you could desire in an e-discovery processing and document review platform,” admitting that he didn’t even have time to review Summation’s built in predictive coding tools and off-line/mobile capabilities.

But don’t take our word for it, read Summation’s glowing review yourself!

Caitlin Murphy

Caitlin Murphy is Director of Marketing for the Access Data Group, where she manages all aspects of legal marketing and consults on product design for the AD Summation line. She is a product and industry expert as well as an attorney and member of the California State Bar. Before joining AccessData, Caitlin spent five years working for CT Summation as a product evangelist in both San Francisco and London. Caitlin raised Summation’s brand profile by making numerous presentations to all levels of American and European legal professionals and by conducting over 50 thought leadership seminars in 30 states. Prior to entering the e-Discovery field, Caitlin practiced civil litigation with the San Francisco bay area law firms Kazan, McClain, Lyons, Greenwood & Harley and Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein. She received her J.D. from the University of California Hastings College of the Law and holds a B.A. in United States History from the University of California at Davis.

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