You’ve heard the buzz about text analytics, and you know the technology can help your team realize big savings on e-discovery time and costs. Still, you’re feeling like the sole champion of analytics in your office. Maybe it’s not on your team’s radar yet, or they’re squeamish about straying from linear review—or they’re just not sure where to begin.
If you’re on board but not sure how to get the rest of your team to join you, try following these five tips, starting where we left off with yesterday’s post: 5 Email Threading Facts That May Surprise You.
1. Define what’s available—and start with email threading.
One of the quickest wins among text analytics tools also turns out to be one of the simplest to explain. Begin the conversation with email threading, then help your team understand their other options. Your team may hear “analytics” and think only technology-assisted review, but you know there’s a lot more to it than that.
2. Set the precedent.
You can showcase the defensibility of these tools by referencing well-known court cases so your team knows they don’t have to worry about judicial approval. It’s also helpful to support these decisions with technical validation of the software you have in mind, so dig up some white papers that discuss its reliability.… Read More »