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Xpriori Solutions: How We Work to Improve Your Document and Information Processes

Introduction and Our Technology Edge

Xpriori will assist you in the collection, digitization, processing, analysis and data extraction of required metadata to conduct audits and substantiate sought after metrics. We will provide the professional services, technical resources, technology and hosting of content related to the project in question. In addition to meeting the specific requirements of your project, Xpriori will provide significant value in terms of the following:

What does Xpriori offer for document classification, management and eDiscovery

With our Advanced Data Similarity Clustering technology and process, you can consider every document and its content along with massive reductions in the labor required when compared to manual efforts and many technology assisted processes.

This is true when the data set contains many terabytes of information or millions upon millions of documents.
 

Technology Unifies Process, Access and Sharing of Information

We spent the last couple of weeks interviewing a number of prospective customers about their needs and environments. We found what we had suspected to the case with most companies: that existing technology environments and skill sets made it difficult for Records, IT and GC/Compliance personnel to work together to resolve access, use and discovery on large blocks of unstructured information.

Recent Xpriori Presentation: Automated Classification, Information Extraction and Technology Assisted Review

Download the Recent Xpriori Presentation for Professional Services Council members and Marcus Evans Delegates, March 2014 conferences.

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Tim Dix, CEO
Xpriori LLC

About Xpriori

Intelligent and Automated Document Classification: Accurate, Fast and Money Saving

Suppose you had 100 Terabytes or more, even a petabyte, of unstructured information and you needed to find out what you had for a litigation hold, a concern about compliance, etc.  What would you do?

Manually, you and a team could arbitrarily pick some documents and start building stacks of similar documents on your desk or a series of work tables and start an iterative process to find what was important, a record to continue to store etc. You would be engaged in a process that could take months if not longer.      

Reduced Costs: Same Product for EDiscovery, IGC, & Records

E-Discovery, Information Governance & Compliance and Records Management – Common Technology Approaches Can Resolve Needs of All Three At The Same Time

       From a technical point of view, all three require the classification or organization of documents from existing storage into cognizable sets, correction of errors, elimination of superfluous information, and extraction of information.

Automate Document Classification Processes

Automate Document Classification Processes: Make Decisions on Actual Documents from a True Position of Awareness
Xpriori offeres advanced technologies are deployed at Fortune 100 companies to dedupe and automatically classify documents so that retention/remediation efforts can take place from a position of awareness.
 

Classifying File Share Documents by Leveraging ECM Document Classifications

A recent AIIM survey report, “Information Governance — records, risks and retention in the litigation age.” highlights issues faced by organizations in trying to manage their documents:

Dealing effectively with Big Data...automatic document classification and effective culling

One of my colleagues forwarded this link this morning. It is a thoughtful discussion of Big Data: http://qz.com/81661/most-data-isnt-big-and-businesses-are-wasting-money-...

Tim Dix on the Quintessential Human Endeavor of Sorting "Stuff"

Human beings spend their whole lives sorting ‘stuff’. It is in our nature, and it is highly useful as we are able to discard the irrelevant and act upon or use the relevant. The challenge of Big Data is to sort through millions and millions of documents that, in many cases, have been stored with all the forethought of “Fibber McGee’s Closet ”.

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