Explore Nuix Discover’s Data Models Feature

Information that was previously kept in project management tools and Excel spreadsheets can now be centralised and linked together to help you answer complex questions about your case. Now you can use data models to build chronologies, track evidence and collections, and support review project management.

Webinar Overview

Information that was previously kept in project management tools and Excel spreadsheets can now be centralised and linked together to help you answer complex questions about your case. Now you can use data models to build chronologies, track evidence and collections, and support review project management. 

Topics Covered:

  • Nuix Discover’s data models feature allows you to track matter-related information from within your case
  • Using data models, you can create linkages between various pieces of information and the documents in your case
  • Data models can be searched and reported on, giving you insight into your case
  • Data models can also be used for documenting chain-of-custody, tracking review project progress, and creating complex chronologies
Presenter: John Porter | eDiscovery Consultant TIMG

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John Porter | eDiscovery Consultant

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