Custom Data Application Development for Projects | FTI Consulting

Custom Data Application Development for Projects

Forensic & Litigation Consulting

October 13, 2016

During an investigation or litigation, companies are often faced with dynamic structured datasets that require unique handling. For instance, does the dataset require attorney review or privilege redactions in a manner that an existing review tool can’t handle? FTI Consulting custom data analysis applications let you capture your analytics and processes and share it with other stakeholders in the manner and format that best represent your needs.

The professionals in our Financial and Enterprise Data Analytics (FEDA) practice are experts in the discovery, transformation, analysis, and visualization of complex data to reveal truths underlying commercial disputes and regulatory inquiries. Our professionals work with clients to efficiently identify and access relevant systems and system-generated data that is applicable to a business issue, investigation or litigation. FEDA’s expertise and technical skill allow for the use of this data to provide additional insight through complex analyses, data mining for specific transactional activity, and the ability to define relationships across multiple disparate data sources, both internal and from third parties. In addition to the technical abilities to deal with numerous third party and customized systems, the FEDA practice has a deep understanding of financial data; how it is stored, accessed and used by companies. This uniquely positions FEDA to assist companies with risk avoidance and mitigation measures in their operations or business transactions.

FTI Consulting’s FEDA practice is a well-established global practice entrusted by clients to handle the most complex and high profile matters from 9 offices across 3 continents. The rapid growth of the practice is due in part to i) recent FRCP amendments and obligations to produce ESI which includes databases, ii) legal education organizations advancing the adoption of information governance principles and best practices, iii) massive data repositories that, once accessed, are searchable and can provide invaluable insight, and iv) the availability of data analytics technology providing actionable insight and business intelligence to resolving business disputes.

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