Today’s corporations, law firms and government entities increasingly look to e-discovery solutions to help them respond quickly and efficiently to a legal matter, a legal hold request or an investigation (internal, regulatory or federal).
Real and material risks lurk for those who are unable to respond effectively when litigation arises — including significant incremental costs associated with collecting or preserving data that is scattered across data silos in the organisation. Additional risks include the potential for fines, sanctions or adverse inference actions due to accidental data spoliation, missing key deadlines, the potential for additional costs due to over-collection or under-processing and possibly even lost or settled cases.
To address these challenges, you need a comprehensive solution that can perform the complete range of e-discovery steps from collection through production — allowing you to avoid the additional risk, cost and time associated with handing off data between systems (which has historically been common practice in a fragmented marketplace with many disparate point solutions available). With more and more data types and languages in use across your enterprise, and increased e-discovery and investigation activity worldwide, the demand for a solution that can unite data silos without bias to data type or language is ever-increasing…
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