PwC Canada selects iCONECT legal software to optimize business efficiencies


PwC Canada selects iCONECT legal software to optimize business efficiencies

TORONTO, ON – SAN FRANCISCO, CA –  DATE MAY 19, 2020 – iCONECT Development, LLC, a privately held leader in legal technology / eDiscovery, today announced that  PwC Canada has selected the iCONECT document eDiscovery platform as it looks to enhance its ability to deal with its client’s future legal, privacy, regulatory or governance issues. The move enhances the PwC Canada’s Forensic Technology Services team’s offering, bringing a highly collaborative approach to a clients’ needs in document management, electronic discovery and computer forensics.

 “PwC Canada’s strategic priorities remain firmly in place as we continue to execute on one of our core values and capability to respond with agility to the ever-changing environment in which we operate,” says William Platt, Partner at PwC Canada. “We chose iCONECT for its ability to not only perform basic eDiscovery review, but it also presents both conceptual analytics and PII (Personally Identifiable Information) auto-redaction in an intuitive web-based interface.”

Beyond its ability to import, view, search, analyze, categorize, report and print documents in any legal case, the latest version of iCONECT v10 contains leading edge features such as manual review Oversight; multi-language support, Continuous Active Learning AI and COVER; a module that identifies, reports and redacts PII, PHI, sensitive data or keywords to comply with current and future privacy governance standards.

PwC Canada’s wide-ranging experience covers almost every industry sector where teams apply legal principles to electronic information, understanding the risks and consequences of spoliation and non-compliance. The firm helps companies formulate a discovery plan — then delivers it with minimum disruption. With forensics and information governance professionals in over 30 countries, they understand local legislative and cultural environments and are able to draw on their global network to process large and complex cases quickly and efficiently using state-of-the-art technology and computer forensics laboratories worldwide.

“When a $40B company looks for software which has been battle tested for real-world-use, we’re thrilled when iCONECT is selected,” comments Ian Campbell, CEO of iCONECT. “The platform is built for scale yet provides an intuitive web-based interface for both simple and complex projects.”

iCONECT software has been selected for use in some of the world’s largest high-profile projects such as the ENRON investigation, BP-Oilspill, NASA-Columbia Return to Flight, FDIC-900+ Banking Investigations and most recently the creation of a public access archive for the 30,000 JFK document and audio files released by the CIA. iCONECT was recently named one of the ‘30 Fastest Growing Tech Companies 2019’ by Silicon Review.


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