Rampiva Releases Case Study Based on UNITAD’s Recent Letter to President of Security Council
Earlier this month we announced the release of a new case study on UNITAD’s use of the company’s workflow automation platform, which was implemented as part of UNITAD’s international criminal investigations. Based in Baghdad, Iraq, UNITAD is focused on finding innovative technological approaches in its “efforts to hold ISIL members accountable for their crimes.”
As the organization looked to analyze massive amounts of complex data, the UNITAD team had to find ways to automate eDiscovery processing to its exact specifications and ensure that it was well documented. By implementing Rampiva Automate, the team was able to increase data-processing throughput by more than 350 percent, which allowed them to clear the evidence backlog in under three months. It also shortened the time from when evidence is collected to when it is provided to analysts for review from weeks to days.
“UNITAD’s use of Rampiva is a great example of what can be accomplished with automation in the eDiscovery, information governance or compliance process,” said CEO Daniel Boteanu. “The results show a significant and measurable impact in data processing timelines, quality, and costs. This approach also frees up team members to focus on additional tasks and projects and can serve as a model for other users.”
The case study is based on findings from UNITAD’s 8th Annual Report to the UN Security Council, released May 26, 2022, and references publicly available material from other relevant reports. It presents best practices and lessons learned that other organizations may find useful when seeking to implement automation and increase eDiscovery processing.
You can review the case study here.