Logikcull, the cloud-based Instant Discovery platform that is changing the way modern businesses handle disputes and investigations, has been ranked as the top eDiscovery software in a new independent report from G2Crowd. The report, “Momentum Grid for eDiscovery,” is validation of Logikcull’s quick ascension to leadership within the 11-billion dollar eDiscovery industry that is being rapidly disrupted by user-friendly, cloud-based software.
eDiscovery, the process of searching and reviewing data for legal disputes, has traditionally been defined by the high cost and complexity associated with expensive service providers and on-premise hardware. Logikcull’s self-serve delivery has transformed the process by empowering organizations of all types to find, review and share information quickly and intuitively.
Logikcull ranked first for user satisfaction in the Momentum Grid, which also takes into account company growth and year-over-year performance. The report assesses independent, third-party reviews, of which Logikcull has compiled more than 130. The company also finished atop G2Crowd’s rankings of “Easiest to Use” eDiscovery software, and has the highest overall rating with a 91% G2 Satisfaction Score.
The report caps a transformative year for Logikcull, which more than doubled its customer base after raising $25 millionfrom top venture capital firm NEA in January.
G2Crowd is the leading review website for business professionals looking to evaluate solutions, leveraging more than 500,000 independent, authenticated reviews to reach over 2 million buyers a month. Its latest report offers an unusually transparent view into the experience of eDiscovery buyers and users. Unlike other industry reports, which are prepared by third-party analysts based on non-public information, the G2Crowd Momentum Report is calculated based on public information on business growth and verified third-party reviews.
“Our customers are our lifeblood, as we rely on them to make Logikcull great,” said Logikcull CEO and co-founder Andy Wilson. “When it comes to spreading the word about Instant Discovery, we’re humbled that they are such enthusiastic and vocal advocates.”