FTI Consulting

ftiLaunched in January 2016 by FTI Consulting’s Technology practice as the industry’s first solution positioned at the intersection of big data and e-discovery, Radiance visual analytics platform enables organizations to dynamically investigate within and act upon big data.

Radiance connects all of a corporation’s critical data repositories from inside and outside of the corporate firewall, and enables a single point of access to content from legacy data sources, internal file systems, Office 365, Google Docs, Dropbox, Box, Nuix, StoredIQ, Slack and more. Radiance can scale to any volume or variety of data,

With increasing enterprise adoption of new data types and cloud-based storage – including Slack and Office 365 – the ability to address big data in the context of litigation and corporate investigations has become an acute and costly pain point for legal teams.

Purpose-built for compliance projects, risk assessment and e-discovery, Radiance helps organizations gain insight into vast data universes and sidestep manual review work that can result in millions of wasted dollars.

Designed for speed and scalability, Radiance is built on NoSQL technology and powered by a flexible workflow to:

  • Connect: Link with, quickly ingest and process data from a wide variety of sources, including legacy file systems, Office 365, Google Docs, local file systems and social media sites.
  • Enrich: Extract concepts and specific types of data, such as credit card numbers or other PII, de-duplicate redundant data and classify documents by languages and concepts for deeper analysis.
  • Analyze: Search, browse and explore data and concepts with powerful analytics using metadata, including date, custodian, language, social network and communication patterns.
  • Visualize: Cut through the data to hone in on important concepts, timelines, relationships, social networks and other variables with interactive and dynamic visualizations.

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