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Gartner Predicts eDiscovery Market at $1.5 Billion by 2013

| May 23, 2011

Gartner announced their inaugural “magic quadrant” for the E-Discovery (eDiscovery) software market on May 13, 2011 and predicted that this market would reach $1.5 Billion in revenue by 2013. Having lobbied and pleaded my case with Gartner many times over the course of my career in enterprise software, I am very well aware of the […]

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Status of Early Case Assessment (ECA)

| August 27, 2009

After about 18 months since the term Early Case Assessment (ECA) emerged, it appears that users are beginning to understand that the key to reducing the overall costs of eDiscovery lies wtih reducing the amount of data that eventually has to be produced and reviewed. Also, it appears that eDiscovery vendors have figured out that […]

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Early Case Assessment Technology Getting Integrated into the eDiscovery Lifecycle

| June 22, 2009

As I have been reporting over the last 18 months, Early Case Assessment (ECA) is the key  technology to reducing the cost of eDiscovery.  And, there have been no shortage of of ECA solutions to hit the market.  However, with ClearWell leading the market, all of the new ECA platforms have been standalone applications that […]

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eDiscovery Solutions Group Announces Comprehensive Support Services for Equivio Near-Duplicates and Email Threads Technology

| June 10, 2009

I am pleased to announce that our international consortium of eDiscovery Providers has formed a partnership with Equivio. I met the management team from Equivio several years ago and have been very impressed with their technology and success in the US markets. With our commitment to support a variety of review platforms such as Concordance, […]

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Pay-Per-Use Litigation Software Pricing Model in 2008 is Not a Game Changer, it is a Requirement

| September 2, 2008

I have been following with some amount of amazement, the litigation industry buzz around Guidance Software’s August 20, 2008 announcement that they are going to begin to offer a pay-per-use pricing option for their EnCase® eDiscovery platform. Don’t get me wrong, I think that it is a great idea. However, given the fact that pay-per-use […]

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Oracle vs. SQLServer Argument Hits eDiscovery Market

| August 28, 2008

Having spent the last 20 years in the enterprise class software market I am very familiar with the age old argument about whether Oracle’s DBMS or Microsoft’s SQLServer is better. The Oracle bigots will tell you that SQLServer is slow, doesn’t scale and just wasn’t architected for true enterprise class use. SQLServer Biggots will tell […]

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eDiscovery Single Source Solutions

| July 2, 2008

Over the past twelve (12) months months I have spent what seems like eighteen (18) months meetings with litigators from law firms, General Counsels from the Fortune 5000, owners and operators of litigation services providers, visionaries from the litigation technology vendors and investors that are either in the litigation technology services space or interested in […]

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Update on SaaS in the Litigation Market

| March 26, 2008

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) adoption rates are finally beginning to accelerate in the overall information technology market. Therefore, I thought that is was time for quick update on how SaaS is doing in the litigation market. Is the “jury” still out or are law firms and corporate legal departments following the rest of the pack on adopting […]

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