eDiscovery is a comprehensive, end-to-end eDiscovery platform that Operates. It Combines powerful analytical tools with core strengths in understanding human information, it presents a choice of document review options to match the right workflow to each unique matter and can be combined with other offerings. Discovery delivers broad coverage across data repositories and myriad data types, and is language independent to give you the fastest, most-complete solution on the market. eDiscovery helps corporations, law firms, and government entities prepare for, and react to, legal matters involving large amounts of data - without bias to repository or location. A pioneer in legal holds, early case assessment, and Technology-Assisted Review, eDiscovery helps you solve the full breadth of discovery and investigations challenges, from data collection through production. It covers the full spectrum of requirements, including Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), information management, preservation, processing, early case assessment (ECA), review and analysis, and production, allowing you to avoid the risk and cost of switching tools or vendors at different stages of discovery. eDiscovery is underpinned by our IDOL technology, which provides access to hundreds of data types and reaches across myriad data silos throughout the enterprise, this patented software also helps you understand human-generated (unstructured) information and administer data in place.
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