Custom Solutions and Software Applications

Tailored solutions for unique requirements


Custom Solutions and Software Applications


Automated Case Management - Mobile and Cloud Based Technologies
Specialised Data Processing and Review


Control Risks offers application development services to create customised applications when off-the-shelf solutions are insufficient for complex data sources and large datasets.

Our technology development team builds custom applications for law firms and corporations to manage large datasets for complex litigation matters, investigations, information governance, business intelligence and real-time reporting requirements.


Technical and case experience

Our development team has years of experience with ASP.Net, C#, HTML5, Java Scripting, Hadoop, Social media APIs, SQL Development, SSIS and mobile app development.

Payment processing, document analytics, high power computing services, real-time decision making, and reporting are all part of the experience of developers at Control Risks. They also have expertise in connecting disparate data sources, including building custom data validation, normalisation and visualisation solutions.

Whether developing bespoke plug-ins for existing tools, adding features and functionality for a particular client need or building a custom technology solution from the ground up, Control Risks is able to deliver tailored technology solutions that meet the unique requirements of the most complex engagements.

Automated case management

Control Risks recognises the need to deliver accurate information in a timely manner. Project information and tracking is stored in a centralised database that allows for quick and efficient data processing workflows and streamlined reporting.

With the information collected, visualisation and dashboards are used to retrieve case project settings, custodial information, end-to-end reporting and statistics, auditing logs and transparent processing status updates.

Mobile and cloud-based technologies

Instant messages (IM) routinely fall within the scope of many investigations and litigation matters. These IM and chat messages are often stored in semi-structured formats, making these communications difficult to review. Our team is experienced in extracting and processing instant messages across a variety of platforms including WhatsApp, SMS, Facebook Messenger and more.

Specialised data processing and review

Advanced proprietary analytics include communication frequency analysis, allowing users to understand the flow of email between key parties and to narrow the timeframe and scope of documents requiring review.

Conceptual clustering functionality provides a quick and accurate method to approximate the primary concepts and topics found within your population of documents. Near duplicate and message threading histogram analysis gives review managers key insight into document review cost saving measures.


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