Published on April 7, 2021, by the research and analyst firm Gartner, the new Market Guide for E-Discovery Solutions report (G00731953) shares information and insight on the eDiscovery market and a limited number of representative software vendor and service providers. This information and insight may be useful for infrastructure and operations professionals as they consider eDiscovery solutions for their specific data discovery and legal discovery needs.
According to the announcement, Monica Enand, Zapproved Founder and CEO, shared, “The future of ediscovery requires the ability to defensibly manage a company’s critical and foundational legal hold work, plus handle skyrocketing data volumes from a variety of places, increased security needs, and even wholly unexpected events like the quick shift to remote workforces in 2020. ZDiscovery has been built to help our customers solve these challenges today, and stay ahead of them in the future.”
According to Tony Caputo, CEO of CloudNine, “CloudNine is 100% dedicated to providing the best eDiscovery offerings on the market. We are very proud to be acknowledged as a ‘most trusted eDiscovery vendor’ in the IDC Survey. Combining our internal resources with the substantial capabilities of our service partners, CloudNine strives to set the highest standard in eDiscovery technology products and services. The enhancements in the latest Review release make it an indispensable and practical option for legal and eDiscovery professionals, where time and cost have a critical impact on their bottom line.”
According to the announcement, Epiq Access is available globally and provides a unified digital interface and single sign on experience to gain access to Epiq and third-party legal applications, legal business intelligence dashboards and reports, project status, support requests and tracking, and Epiq’s easy-to-use SaaS eDiscovery solution, Epiq Discovery.
According to Jake Frazier, a Senior Managing Director and Head of the Information Governance, Privacy & Security practice within the Technology segment at FTI Consulting, “We view information as an asset, but also understand that for our clients to realize value from complicated data environments, they need to first address the many rules and regulations that implicate how sensitive information is protected, managed, shared and utilized. Our data governance team brings decades of collective, cross-functional experience in managing legal and regulatory challenges and developing transformative programs that reduce risk and unlock data value.”
According to Dave Deppe, president of UnitedLex, “To fill the void in preexisting legal technology, UnitedLex has developed a significant library of custom-tailored AI solutions for our clients based on their industry, types of litigation, investigations and regulatory demands. Combining our 13 years of development in Questio and Vantage with a powerful suite of technology assembled by Reveal, we will accelerate the expansion of the digital solutions we deliver to our clients.”
According to Michael Fauscette, chief research officer at G2, “Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided to us by real users. We are excited to share the achievements of the products ranked on our site because they represent the voice of the user and offer terrific insights to potential buyers around the world.”
According to Brad Harris, VP of Product at Hanzo, “Extending support for Slack Plus with Hanzo Hold, using Slack’s native export capabilities rather than API access afforded with an Enterprise Grid license, allows for a much broader set of organizations to benefit from the power of Hanzo Hold for Slack discovery. As applications like Slack become more mainstream, organizations must develop more efficient mechanisms for preserving and reviewing collaboration content. Since our inception, Hanzo has been at the forefront of managing complex, dynamic data and helping enterprises reduce the cost and risk associated with these emerging data sources.”
According to Jason Richard, H5 Vice President of Products, “H5 Matter Analytics targets the most challenging parts of the privilege workflow, starting with advanced solutions for privilege content identification, continuing through to the creation, QC, and finalization of the privilege log. We’re very excited to leverage nearly 20 years of technology experience in this new release to help customers address the costs and risks associated with privilege review.”
According to Ankur Agarwal, Venio’s VP of Products, “In developing Venio Review, we targeted four areas that need improvement based on discussions with users unsatisfied with current review platforms. Those areas were time wasted, high costs, increased litigation risks, and quality issues. By creating a platform that streamlines the review process, offers an easy-to-use, customizable interface, and includes features that make the review process more comprehensive and accurate, Venio has addressed these issues.”