NTi has partnered with the leading eDiscovery firm to provide expert analytical support and eDiscovery services. Our unique partnership sets us apart in the industry.
NTi’s capabilities bridge your information gap. We offer a wide array of investigative, analytical, and litigation services to support both civil and criminal cases. We have developed and patented cutting-edge, digital, analytical techniques that have been tested on hundreds of engagements. To help our clients build a stronger angle, NTi provides tangible and admissible evidence, as well as strategic advice that informs our clients’ legal and/or analytical approach in an efficient, timely, and cost-effective manner.Read More
With over 40 years of experience, NTi has developed patented, up-to-date, and proprietary methods to provide our clients with the best analytical product in the most cost-effective manner.Read More
NTi has had the privilege of successfully providing investigative analysis, training of personnel, forensic accounting and other support services to a large commercial and government client base.Read More
NTi’s team of expert analysts are standing ready to assist you. NTi’s offers case assessments to determine case strategy, assess ricks, and predict costs. Please contact us to learn more.Read More
NTi has partnered with the leading eDiscovery firm to provide expert analytical support and eDiscovery services. Our unique partnership sets us apart in the industry. Patented Cutting-Edge Techniques With NTi’s proprietary and patented algorithms to analyze terabytes of data and our partner’s renowned eDiscovery capabilities, we stand above the rest in an efficient, timely, and …
NTi’s founder, Robert Lottero, is a nationally recognized expert in telephone analysis. NTi has developed proprietary algorithms and techniques for Implied Temporal Link Analysis (ITLA) to identify direct and implied connections among targets. ITLA analyzes the time and sequence of a subject’s communication records to identify high-probability leads relating to the subject’s associates.