Acumen, Ceralon's flagship product, was released to market
in October 2006.
Responds to e-Discovery challenges
Development on Acumen began in September 2004 with a focus on addressing
the most frequently heard concerns about the electronic discovery
industry (Concerns - Consumer Views (A02-C25). 2005. Socha Consulting
LLC and Gelbmann & Associates):
1) Quality of services
Ceralon Acumen was designed from the ground up to seamlessly manage
data throughout the electronic discovery lifecycle. There’s
no need to rely on disparate providers with varying service levels
to support a legacy tool-belt.
2) Attorney, client,
judicial inexperience with ED
Ceralon Acumen is supported by a team of professionals with former
experience in Fortune 50 I.T. departments and litigation support.
3) Unpredictability of
Transparent pricing for Ceralon Acumen allows customers to predict
costs for all phases of e-discovery– processing, culling and
reviewing. Customers choose a pricing plan that meets their need,
including low initial fixed fee with per usage costs for small,
mid-size, and do-it-yourself customers; an annual renenwable license
with no usage fees; or a one-time fixed fee for a perpetual license
targeted at enterprise customers.
4) Project management
Anticipate resources needed for review with robust progress reports,
transparent workflow for review, and estimate pages during processing
to plan and staff your projects for on-time delivery with Ceralon
5) Data volumes
Distribute processing across multiple computers with Ceralon’s
integrated import module
Prioritize production jobs and monitor conversion jobs to completion
across multiple servers with Ceralon’s integrated review module.
6) Ability of providers to deliver
You host the data; you can access it anytime.
7) Difficulty getting
to the right info
Ceralon Acumen offers unlimited search terms at no incremental cost,
with robust advanced metadata searching as well. With Acumen, you
can literally search anything in the case database!