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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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$1.2 Billion eDiscovery Market by 2014

| October 11, 2010

A press release as posted on Marketwire on October 11, 2010, indicates that a very recent study by The Radicati Group, titled, “eDiscovery Market, 2010-2104”, predicts that the eDiscovery market will reach $1.2 billion in sales by 2014. This is considerably less than the $2.8 billion market size for 2009 as indicated in the The […]

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eDiscovery Software Pays for Itself in a Matter of Months

| June 22, 2010

According to a Gartner report from December of 2009, eDiscovery software purchased by the Enterprise can pay for itself with one big case or at least within the first year. This type of ROI is almost unprecedented within the Enterprise for business software and literally provides a “no brainer” for justifying the capital outlay and […]

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Gartner Confirms that the eDiscovery Software Market is Growing

| December 17, 2009

Over the past several months I have been conducting some informal polls on LinkedIn regarding whether or not there was ever a recession in eDiscovery and if so, whether the recession is now over. As I expected, the feedback was mixed. I have also authored several Blog posts that contended that the eDiscovery market was […]

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Gartner Humming the Proactive eDiscovery Tune with Five Step Process for Better Use of Enterprise Search in eDiscovery

| September 21, 2009

Although I believe that it is stating the obvious, I was pleased to read that Gartner is now preaching the concept of enterprise IT being proactive in their approach to eDiscovery as means to increase efficiency and to reduce the overall cost of litigation. In a September 17, 2009 press release titled, “Gartner Says Enterprises […]

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The Financial Crisis of 2008 and SaaS Based eCompliance

| September 22, 2008

Over the next few weeks, as we all try to digest all of the information and subsequent analysis about the causes of the 2008 financial crisis, I am planning to investigate the various Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based eCompliance and eGoverance solutions and what impact they can have on diverting future problems in the financial markets. Is […]

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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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