Our innovative eDisclosure software, products and services are used on an enterprise level by corporations, government agencies, courts, and law firms. We have received several industry accolades. We pride ourselves in being one of the few companies to be positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Information Access Technology” for 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Our unrivaled eDisclosure software enable organisations to professionally manage data in any format and language to mitigate risk, reduce costs, investigate matters and elicit business productivity and intelligence.
Our specialist digital evidence software simplifies the process of mining vast amounts of paper and electronically stored information during large scale investigations.
Our unequalled digital evidence technology collects and processes digital content from disparate sources. It provides forensic indexing, data enrichment and search facilities to help investigators review, analyze, and disclose material evidence.
Our advanced technology has been used to win cases and offers essential digital evidence, providing proof needed for resolution in the largest criminal investigation in US history, the largest white collar corporate fraud investigations, and the historic international UN war crime tribunals.
If you want to know how your law firm can benefit from using technology in eDiscovery, look no further. eDiscovery solutions can provide your clients with a proactive service based upon tackling compliance issues before they arise. It can help to find relevant information faster and makes assessments on cost and value upfront.
eDiscovery can create a knowledge bank for law firms and allow organisations to win more business. Your law form can benefit from better negotiated settlements for clients and during audits, it can be used to find potential problems, and protect clients in the future.
Holding on to data indefinitely may appear to be easier than implementing a proper records management practice but this can also open an organization up to significant risk now regulatory authorities have established clear guidelines about what data must be retained and for how long.
To neutralize eDisclosure cost and risk, organizations need to perform what is known as ‘legacy data clean-up’ and implement a proper filing plan classifying documents. A legacy data clean-up is considered a defensible disposition which ensures the method of disposing unneeded data can be presented in court as reasonable and consistent.
To neutralize eDiscovery cost and risk and minimize legal risks, organizations should regularly clean up their old data, i.e. perform a “legacy data clean-up '' and implement a proper filing plan to classify documents. We provide high-class eDiscovery software and services that extend through the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model. Our eDisvovery consultants on professional teams are immediately at hand to guide you through all your requirements whether that be assessing and collecting data, optimising or enhancing data, or reviewing and creating it.