Law firms and corporate legal operations departments frequently leverage ediscovery technology to effectively and efficiently respond to litigation, investigations, due diligence, and regulatory requests. With the recent big data boom, a rush of solutions have flooded the market to address the need for handling enormous volumes of electronically stored information.
The dramatic increase in new vendors—along with a surge in new feature development—has made it difficult to compare the relative strengths and weaknesses of any particular platform and complete an evaluation.
Asking the right questions in your evaluation can help differentiate between vendors as well as tailor your overall approach to vendor evaluation. For example, how does the vendor prioritize security? At what rate are they innovating in response to evolving technology?
In this whitepaper, learn the five hard questions everyone should ask ediscovery software vendors, looking beyond a comparison of individual features and diving deeper into the value provided and the strategy behind product development.
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