Catalyst Repository Systems

OpenText™, The Information Company, is a market leader in Enterprise Information Management software and solutions, enabling Intelligent and Connected Enterprises by managing, leveraging, securing and gaining insight into enterprise information, on-premises or in the cloud. OpenText™ Catalyst designs, hosts and supports the world’s fastest and most powerful document repositories for large-scale discovery and regulatory compliance. For more than 20 years, global corporations and their counsel have relied on Catalyst to help reduce litigation costs and take control of complex legal matters.

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Information retrieval is the science of searching for (and finding) information relevant to a user need.  The most common, most visible application of information retrieval science is found in modern web search engines, though the roots of the field extend
Continue Reading Old but Still Unsolved Search Challenges: Dr. Jeremy Pickens, OpenText + Catalyst Chief Data Scientist, Wins ECIR 2019 Industry Day Best Presentation Award

In the early technology assisted review (TAR 1.0) era, many thought training with randomly selected documents was important to the success of a TAR review. The fear was that attorneys would bias the TAR algorithm if they selected documents for
Continue Reading TAR 2.0: Using Contextual Diversity to Find Out What You Don’t Know (and a Bit About Zipf’s Law)

In the early technology assisted review (TAR 1.0) era, many thought training with randomly selected documents was important to the success of a TAR review. The fear was that attorneys would bias the TAR algorithm if they selected documents for
Continue Reading TAR 2.0: Using Contextual Diversity to Find Out What You Don’t Know (and a Bit About Zipf’s Law)

In the early technology assisted review (TAR 1.0) era, many thought training with randomly selected documents was important to the success of a TAR review. The fear was that attorneys would bias the TAR algorithm if they selected documents for
Continue Reading TAR 2.0: Using Contextual Diversity to Find Out What You Don’t Know (and a Bit About Zipf’s Law)