Cullable is an inexpensive, cloud service based alternative to traditional eDiscovery processing workflows. It’s fast, secure and extremely easy to use. It’s not a review platform, and it will never be. Cullable focuses on the heavy lifting of ESI processing and reduction to help legal teams power through mountains of data faster so discovery can begin almost immediately.
Cullable’s designed to work great as a stand alone processing engine, or integrate into existing review and production workflows, reducing cost, labor, security risk, infrastructure burden and eliminating complexity from traditional ESI processing.
Cullable’s presented as an all inclusive eDiscovery processing solution, but it’s milestone features are available in modules. Today, three modules have been released for Native eDiscovery Processing, OCR and Image to PDF conversion.
Cullable is Fast.
Cullable is built on utility computing disciplines which are highly efficient and extraordinarily lean by any comparative standard. Tiny systems are born and launched to swarm and perform various specific tasks, then simply disposed of. This kind of one piece flow is lean by concept, as the waste of waiting is eliminated. All needed interrogation and indexing tasks are performed against a single piece of work. This workflow is executed many thousands or millions of times at once, on demand.
It’s fast. How fast? You wouldn’t believe us if we told you. Sign up for the beta and see for yourself. There’s really no realistic comparison. Most eDiscovery processing initiatives are fine with the status quo. For those who demand more without the burdens and limitations of traditional solutions, Cullable might just be what you’ve been looking for.
Cullable can OCR any image format in any language at a rate of up to 20,000 pages per minute with optional machine translation in over 50 languages. Cullable also boasts the fastest image to PDF conversion workflow in the world. As far as Native eDiscovery processing is concerned, we’ve just never seen anything like it.
Cullable is Secure.
Cullable is built with Google Cloud Enterprise. Google’s datacenters are among the most secure, compliant, redundant and most performant cloud datacenters in the world. Google’s bandwidth and DNS are resilient and throughput is unbelievable. Google’s datacenters hold several important compliance certifications, such as SSAE16, ISAE 3402 Type II, SOC 2 and 3, ISO 27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018, FedRamp ATO and PCI DSS v3.1. Google’s datacenters also support HIPAA compliance and supports EU model contract clauses where the SafeHarbor/Privacy Shield framework may not be acceptable in its current state. All data stored in Google’s Cloud infrastructure is encrypted in use, at rest and in transit, securing all three states of data as it may exist.
Cullable’s design requires no intervention from vendor employees as workspaces are wholly private to the user. There’s far less logistics. Multiple copies of content are not required like in traditional workflows. There’s just less exposure and that’s better for everyone.
Cullable is Inexpensive.
Traditional eDiscovery processing workflows demand lots of fixed infrastructure, loaded with tons of licensed software. They literally cost money every minute after the date of purchase and implementation. Cullable is different. Cullable’s worker nodes require little in the way of licensed applications and instead rely on open source software widely adopted in the analytic and scientific research communities.
Furthermore, Cullable workers are born one minute and are disposed of the next. There is no ongoing cost for maintaining systems that aren’t in use. All of this combined with zero labor to perform the project itself, Cullable can be offered at an extremely aggressive price point while remaining highly profitable for our company and reducing client costs for eDiscovery processing substantially.
Everyone wins with Cullable.
Cullable is Scalable.
Cullable has secured the compute resources necessary to scale to any level, almost instantly. The system utilizes artificial intelligence to determine when to grow, and when to shrink based on need. Human resources serve as a secondary mechanism with instrumentation available allowing for immediate and sometimes ludicrous expansion of the Cullable infrastructure to thousands of nodes when demand is high.
Resources are only allocated when they’re needed. A short variable timeout period disintegrates idle resources to control cost. Jobs are distributed across all living resources. There is no wait or waste. Only power and unmatched scalability.
Bottom line, Cullable’s goal is to automatically grow, meeting any volume or deadline.