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    Top Answer:kCura Relativity is easy to use, and it is reliable.
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    CategoriX
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    Quickly sort through large amounts of data to extract similarities and access information to create coherent reports
    Xerox CategoriX proprietary automated document classification technology that dramatically improves the speed, accuracy and consistency of litigation review.The tool also detects when two similar documents appear in different categories, prompting the legal team to take a closer look to ensure consistency. CategoriX leverages the expertise of attorneys and subject matter experts most knowledgeable about the case early in the process, and applies statistical and machine-learning techniques to calculate graduated relevance scores for each document in the collection. CategoriX combines powerful technology with human expertise to deliver a high-quality document review there is no need to install or maintain software, scale servers, train IT personnel or end users, or staff technical experts in-house.
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    Computer Software Company23%
    Legal Firm13%
    Government12%
    Comms Service Provider8%
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    Small Business24%
    Midsize Enterprise21%
    Large Enterprise55%
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    kCura Relativity is ranked 8th in eDiscovery with 4 reviews while Xerox CategoriX is ranked 30th in eDiscovery. kCura Relativity is rated 8.0, while Xerox CategoriX is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of kCura Relativity writes "Kepler is a great technical feature for those working on development". On the other hand, kCura Relativity is most compared with OpenText EnCase eDiscovery, Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery, Logikcull, Commvault Complete Data Protection and Casepoint, whereas Xerox CategoriX is most compared with .

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