Want to understand the most valuable tech stats and trends? Legendary venture capitalist Mary Meeker has just released the 2019 version of her famous Internet Trends report. This year it covers everything from Internet growth and usage to customer acquisition costs in highly competitive and capitalized sectors. With 334 pages of content, charts, and comments, the report is essential reading for data discovery and legal discovery technologists as they focus on auditing, investigating, and supporting litigation across the lifecycle of digital data.
“Globally organizations are facing exponential data growth, combined with increasing complexity in security and data privacy. Organizations are not well equipped to derive the financial benefits available from effective information governance, and they continue to face expensive penalties and loss of financial value as long as the IG technology gap exists,” says Bhargav Kotadia, managing director, Sahajanand Group. “We have invested in Infinnium with a long-term outlook. We believe that Infinnium has the strategic vision and groundbreaking AI solutions to lead the coming transformation in information governance and data privacy.”
The combination of Jordan Lawrence and Exterro will deliver the only integrated software platform that provides organizations with the ability to address all of these challenges simultaneously, resulting in higher productivity, lower costs and unprecedented risk mitigation,” said Bobby Balachandran, CEO at Exterro.
The State of E-Discovery Report pulls information from eighteen different industry-leading studies, reports, and articles covering e-discovery, information governance, privacy, and other issues facing legal teams, providing a comprehensive look at the trends, practices, and challenges facing the e-discovery industry today.
It is challenging for existing digital evidence recording and storage technologies to outperform blockchain’s robust and secure offering. With this in mind, the Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) community may benefit greatly as blockchain technology speeds up digital evidence procedures and redefines digital investigation processes.
Based on the complexity of data and legal discovery, it is a continual challenge to fully understand what is representative of industry-standard pricing for the delivery of eDiscovery products and services. With this challenge in mind, the semi-annual eDiscovery Pricing Survey is designed to provide insight into eDiscovery pricing through the lens of 15 specific pricing questions answered by legal, business, security, and information professionals operating in the eDiscovery ecosystem. The summer 2019 survey was open from May 27, 2019, until June 6, 2019, and had 81 respondents share their understanding of the price of admission for access to a market basket of eDiscovery services.
A pricing strategy is the method of pricing a business uses to determine how much to charge when they sell their products or services. It’s one of the most commonly overlooked and undervalued revenue levers in business. Carefully selecting the right pricing strategy takes a deep understanding of your product or service, your market, and your customers.
“We are excited about the opportunity to partner with the Mindseye team in order to continue to deliver cutting edge solutions to our customers worldwide,” said Wendell Jisa, Founder and CEO of Reveal. “The ability to leverage Mindseye’s advanced processing capabilities and ECA tools within the Reveal platform will provide our customers with the most complete and cost-efficient solution in the market.”
It’s a good idea to periodically take a step back, look at the support metrics you’re tracking, and consider some newer metrics that may more accurately reflect customer satisfaction. One of these newer metrics is the Customer Effort Score (CES). CES is a customer experience survey metric that enables service organizations to account for the ease of customer interaction and resolution during a request. This is important as research indicates that customer effort is the strongest driver to customer loyalty.
Corporations faced with substantial eDiscovery requirements often lack the basic components of a corporate eDiscovery program, which prevents them from achieving efficiencies and reducing costs with respect to eDiscovery. In this educational and instructional presentation, our expert panelists will explain how to design and implement a corporate electronic discovery program for use in litigation, investigation and compliance matters.