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London: Nuix, a technology company that enables people to make fact-based decisions from unstructured data, today launched Nuix Web Review and Analytics, a powerful web application that makes evidence securely and conveniently available using any modern web browser. This enables organisations to provide secure and compartmentalised access to case data for multiple reviewers, investigators, lawyers, subject matter experts and external parties.

“With Nuix Web Review and Analytics, organisations can divide up and collaborate on large data sets, based on the principle that many eyes make light work,” said Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix. “If you need to speed up an investigation or bring in external expertise, you can almost instantly dial up tens or hundreds of additional reviewers—and all they need is a web browser.”

Nuix Web Review and Analytics offers a simple interface that enables people with minimal technology expertise to search, review and tag data. It is simple to set up and does not require complex hardware or back-end databases. It works seamlessly with case files created in Nuix’s Workbench desktop application and Director web workflow application—making it possible to provide data for review rapidly without having to export from one format to another.

The analytics features make it easy to slice, dice and visualise data so users can quickly identify trends, locate information of interest and drill down to specifics. It includes powerful timeline, network, trend, pivot and intersection visualisations allowing investigators to identify and correlate relationships between people, objects, locations and events.

Nuix will provide exclusive demonstrations of Nuix Web Review and Analytics at the Nuix booth this week at the 2014 Techno Security & Forensics Investigations Conference at Myrtle Beach,