What do you like best?
Over the course of my career, I have worked with all of the most well-known e-Discovery platforms and believe that Nextpoint is far and away the best investment. Nextpoint's pricing is beyond competitive for all its offerings. In three years of using Nextpoint, I have found it incredibly easy to use, and there hasn't been a single moment I've found myself needing any utility beyond Nextpoint's capabilities. The interface is highly intuitive, and Nextpoint is second-to-none when it comes to dedicated client service. I would urge any civil litigators (or really, any lawyers for whom the use of documentary evidence is integral to their practice) to consider Nextpoint. Most folks have only used one or two e-Discovery platforms, so allow me to make this simple... Between Nextpoint and Relativity, the choice is an easy one: Nextpoint, hands down.
What do you dislike?
There is nothing about Nextpoint that I have found to be lacking in any way. And when I have made suggestions directly to Nextpoint about ways in which they could improve their platform, they have not only listened, but actually effectuated the desired improvements.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
I would welcome others to contact me to discuss the benefits of using Nextpoint, and cannot speak highly enough of the platform, all its tools, and importantly, the results-driven Nextpoint team that time and again goes above and beyond the call of duty to ensure clients like me are satisfied.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Nextpoint is unquestionably fulfilling all my e-Discovery needs at this time. I have managed several large document reviews using Nextpoint's platform (both for substance and for privilege), and through the user-friendly coding interface, I've significantly reduced the time I otherwise might have had to invest using a different platform when the times have come to fetch useful evidence to use as exhibits.