Onna is eDiscovery Software. Onna offers the following functionalities:
- Document Indexing
- Compliance Management
- Document Tracking
- Full Text Extraction
- Keyword Search
- Metadata Extraction
- Topic Clustering
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Onna is a highly integrated web-based eDiscovery tool and also a data integration platform. Users can gather, search, save, and centralize their data silos in a single repository at ease. Onna allows doing metadata extraction and full text extraction. Real-time discovery of digital data relevant to your legal case & conducting keyword search are possible. This SaaS product can be installed in Mac and Windows as well. It helps in doing compliance management. Tracking and indexing documents is simple and easy with Onna. This software can be integrated with G Suite, OKTA, or Active Directory. Topic clustering facilitates creating a set of clusters/categories each containing multiple documents.
|Support||Business Hours Online||Customer Type||Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||Location / Phone Number||New York, United States|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Installed - Windows Installed - Mac||Category||eDiscovery Software|
Create a completely centralized discovery and data management environment for your organization
For 1 Connected sources and 15 GB Processed Data
Build a plan for faster collections and one-time discovery projects that scale up to your needs
Based upon the Number of Connected Sources and Processed Data, the pricing plan varies. Contact the vendor to get the latest pricing detail.
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 27/11/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
The pricing for Onna starts at $5.25 per user per month. Onna has 2 different plans:
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Yes, Onna provides API.
Easy to use, works well with firm billing systems and time management / rocketing software already in place at our firm, very affordable
Some tasks are more difficult than they should be, for example, preparing motions to send to opposing counsel
E-discovery and and time management, firm billing capacity