Recommind reports contract win for e-mail management tech

Source: Recommind

Recommind, the leader in predictive information management software, today announced that a top international investment bank has selected its Decisiv Email Management and Decisiv Search software to provide a collaborative email management and search solution, offering employees in their legal department better control over email as well as comprehensive access to information stored across the organisation.

Recommind's Decisiv Email Management software will offer the Bank's legal users greater productivity and collaboration through its ability to automatically categorise, centrally file, and quickly retrieve emails. Its Predictive Filing feature allows users to effortlessly file emails directly from Outlook into a central repository with just one click of the mouse, without having to spend extra time categorising or dragging and dropping them into folders. Once filed, email can be made available to colleagues within the Bank who have access rights to the specific files, removing the barriers presented by individual email silos and greatly enhancing the ability to collaborate on project work.

In addition, Decisiv Search will help users quickly and easily find information located within emails as well as documents stored across its various file systems. Decisiv Search provides a simple user interface combined with accurate, automated concept-based search technology to deliver relevant results in context and irrespective of individual keywords. This unified access to both structured and unstructured information will enable the Bank's staff to find and share information across its global sites.

With Recommind's Decisiv Email Management and Decisiv Search software, organisations can cost-effectively overcome document and email management challenges in a fully integrated solution. Decisiv Email alone has been proven to increase enterprise productivity and drive cost savings, decreasing storage costs over traditional email archiving systems while also substantially reducing litigation and eDiscovery risk. 

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