Nextpoint vs. Nuix Discover

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Nextpoint
Score 9.9 out of 10
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Nextpoint headquartered in Chicago offers their eDiscovery solution, a cloud-based discovery software available with both free and subscription based service levels.N/A
Nuix Discover
Score 6.1 out of 10
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Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail) is a presented by the vendor as an end-to-end eDiscovery tool with visual analytics and visual document review features. The former Ringtail was acquired by Nuix in late 2018 from FTI Consulting.N/A
Pricing
NextpointNuix Discover
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
NextpointNuix Discover
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
NextpointNuix Discover
Likelihood to Recommend
9.9
(5 ratings)
8.0
(2 ratings)
Support Rating
9.3
(2 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
NextpointNuix Discover
Likelihood to Recommend
Nextpoint
Nextpoint is great in a wide range of scenarios. Specifically, it has worked very well for me when we have been confronted with both large and small document productions which need to be reviewed. We have also been able to use Nextpoint to address some other, non-document production related problems. I think Nextpoint is a strong tool to consider in just about any scenario. The only time I would hesitate to use Nextpoint would be in some type of involved document production that needs many levels of organization. The lack of subfolders can be a bit of a challenge and, although the coding options meet the need in my opinion, it is not exactly what everyone is looking for.
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Nuix
Nuix Discover is a great program for any legal department. It makes reviewing documents very simple and streamlined. Nuix is the best at deleted file recovery in the email space while maintaining the fast speed. When searching your documents or the database, Nuix is able to pull up the related search items very quickly as well.
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Pros
Nextpoint
  • Importing data is a breeze with Nextpoint.
  • Customer support is above and beyond any in the industry.
  • From collection to culling, to review, processing and production - this is by far the best program.
  • The Nextpoint team is constantly improving upon its great products and keeps users powered up and educated, using customer feedback.
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Nuix
  • Search Term family searches are very good.
  • Persistent highlighting is a plus.
  • Creating folders and organizing documents based on saved searches is a snap.
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Cons
Nextpoint
  • Tagging email families and related documents can take a bit longer than other e-discovery platforms.
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Nuix
  • 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.
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Support Rating
Nextpoint
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.
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Nuix
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Alternatives Considered
Nextpoint
Nextpoint's ability to allow users to customize the way they use the system is what sets it apart. You can use Nextpoint in a variety of ways and completely customize the way the system tracks information and data. The ability to set up different searches and data points being tracked is extremely helpful.
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Nuix
Summation, Concordance, Ipro Eclipse and ADD
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Return on Investment
Nextpoint
  • This program pays for itself in time and money saved versus traditional eDiscovery platforms.
  • For less than $1,000 a month, all databases for all cases can be processed and produced for us with this program. It cuts out the middle man and the hidden expenses, costing the firm and the client far less than other eDiscovery programs.
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Nuix
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