Overall Satisfaction with Logikcull
We implemented Logikcull to assist with the collection, review and production of information and documentation responsive to third party subpoenas and discovery requests propounded in pending litigation matters. At this time, Logikcull is being used only by the legal department.
- The application permits a quick and user friendly way of reviewing large collections of documents; the ability to "tag" and cull documents is particularly helpful when trying to review a significant volume of emails.
- The ability to generate an electronic file of documents and download same for production significantly reduces document preparation time.
- Inclusion of "family members" in a particular search often brings in those family member files that have either not been tagged or tagged as "non-responsive." For example, a recent search I conducted brought in company logos on signature blocks so I had to go through the initial download and delete those documents so they were not included in the final production. There may be an easier way of removing these or making sure they are not included in the search/download -- I'm still getting used to the program.
- Significantly reduced time and resources spent by legal department staff in responding to subpoenas and discovery requests.
It is very user friendly once you become familiar with the functionality and how to navigate between the different options.
Very responsive. I use the chat feature -- they usually respond either immediately or within a few minutes.
Do you think Logikcull delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Logikcull's feature set?
Did Logikcull live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Logikcull go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy Logikcull again?
I really like the program. Relying on the training modules alone is not enough, however. For me, I had to just jump in and start working with the various features before I really understood how to navigate through it.