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Likelihood to Recommend

Nextpoint

In my opinion, Nextpoint is best suited for small or mid-sized firms that want to bring the e-discovery process in-house, whether to save costs (if on contingency), to earn additional revenue (if billing client for e-discovery), or just to be able to control in real time what goes on inside the software. Nextpoint is also good for firms that want to cap their e-discovery costs. Nextpoint is one of the few e-discovery platforms that charge flat fees instead of per-gigabyte, the latter of which can spiral out of control price wise.For big firms with dedicated in-house e-discovery personnel, Nextpoint may not be the best choice because what you gain in simplicity, you do lose a bit in functionality. There are other, slightly more robust e-discovery products on the marketplace.
Darren Braun | TrustRadius Reviewer

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

It is a great litigation review platform.
Christopher W. Hiatt | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Nextpoint

  • Can handle a large volume of data.
  • File room areas.
  • No hidden fees.
Emily McNeeley | TrustRadius Reviewer

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

  • Search Term family searches are very good.
  • Persistent highlighting is a plus.
  • Creating folders and organizing documents based on saved searches is a snap.
Christopher W. Hiatt | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Nextpoint

  • Tagging email families and related documents can take a bit longer than other e-discovery platforms.
Darren Braun | TrustRadius Reviewer

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

  • Production exports need to be error free.
  • Needs to have a clawback watermark overlay option for production renditions.
  • The analytical mines are a bit overwhelming for legal team review members to understand.
Christopher W. Hiatt | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Nextpoint

Nextpoint 6.6
Based on 2 answers
The basic package does not include support other than general issues and the help content is not very helpful. The next level has committed and dedicated resources which would provide a better rating here but for the basic package, the support is lacking which makes it a difficult starting option and as a result, you then miss out on the pricing benefits.
Emily McNeeley | TrustRadius Reviewer

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

No score
No answers yet
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Alternatives Considered

Nextpoint

Blow for blow, there is not too much difference between Nextpoint's and Relativity's functionality. I would say that Nextpoint has a more user-friendly and attractive interface, although it does lack a bit of the functionality of Relativity. But, Nextpoint far exceeds Relativity when it comes to cost and ease of use. It is not practical for a small firm to purchase or operate Relativity, especially if the firm is handling lots of large, document-intensive cases.
Darren Braun | TrustRadius Reviewer

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

Summation, Concordance, Ipro Eclipse and ADD
Christopher W. Hiatt | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Nextpoint

  • Scales across cases to keep costs down for all clients.
  • The help content is hard to understand and you have to pay more for assistance.
  • Given us options that we wouldn't have otherwise.
Emily McNeeley | TrustRadius Reviewer

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

No answers on this topic

Pricing Details

Nextpoint

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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