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Joe Aakre lends his many years of litigation support experience to examine how in-house lawyers can utilize basic project management principles to increase efficiency and mitigate risks during e-discovery activities. In the article, he focuses on the benefits of: Workflows, Communication, Reporting & Metrics, Quality Control, Third Party Management.
In this Peer-to-Peer article, learn about a day in the life of Lynette Stocker, e-discovery manager at Supervalu. Stocker and her team use Exterro Fusion for legal holds and collection management. Stocker lists the skills that are needed to succeed as an e-discovery manager and explains how technology, like Exterro Fusion software, helps to streamline Supervalu’s e-discovery process.
Portland, Ore.-based Exterro, founded in 2004, is a maker of e-discovery workflow management technology and the Fusion software suite. Bobby Balachandran, company president and CEO, wrote via e-mail that the origin of Exterro’s name comes from the word “terra,” Greek for earth or globe. “Moreover, ‘tera’ is a prefix that denotes one trillion and I liked that connotation for a company like ours with so much data.”
It’s obvious that the International Legal Technology Association is having its annual meeting (this time in Nashville — yee haw): E-Discovery vendors are coming out of the woodwork to make product announcements.
Fusion LawFirmTM Enables Law Firms to Deliver Greater Value, Advanced Project Management and Increased Price Predictability Across the Entire EDRM Spectrum
Fusion LawFirm™ enables law firms to deliver greater value, advanced project management and increased price predictability
Early case assessment (ECA), predictive coding, and search/data review applications will dominate the e-discovery product announcements at this week’s International Legal Technology Association trade show in Nashville, Tenn.
The Gartner report evaluated “a vendor’s ability to understand buyers’ wants and needs and to translate that understanding into products and services…. another key investment strategy for products is to consistently work on the simplification and ease of use of the toolset.”
From the ground up, the Exterro Fusion platform includes a workflow engine, collaboration framework, and a vault for electronically stored information, as well as software modules for data mapping, legal hold, and workflow management. Zeta adds the ability to analyze data that may be relevant to litigation or investigation, more commonly known as early case assessment.
Need an e-Discovery solution that reflects perspectives of both the IT and legal departments? The search may be over. Today, Exterro released a new data management layer for its integrated solution suite.
Workflow-Driven Early Case Assessment, Collection, Analysis and Review Drive Winning Case Strategies
Exterro®, the legal industry’s most trusted provider of software solutions, today announces the release of Fusion Zeta™, the new data management layer of its integrated solution suite.
Exterro, the legal industry’s most trusted provider of software solutions, today announces the release of Fusion Zeta™, the new data management layer of its integrated solution suite.
Business process management solutions are effective in managing the chaos of complex e-discovery. Lawyers recognize the power of applying project management principles to the task at hand, using integrated project management applications and practices to help drive efficiencies, manage resources, and delegate tasks effectively. After all, e-discovery is a business process, and as such, it can be improved.
During litigation, nothing is sacred, and no stone will remained unturned in the hunt for responsive data — and that includes social media data. With social media here to stay — and growing in popularity every day — the question needs to change from “How do we avoid these sites?” to “How can we manage our risk?”
The primary drive toward a more efficient electronic discovery process boils down to a concern for the bottom line: Costs skyrocket as e-discovery drags on, or if early stages of the electronic discovery reference model (EDRM) are mishandled. An IT IT professional’s time is stretched thin and they may not be available to assist attorneys with tricky data transfers between tools. But this article will show you how, by choosing e-discovery project management tools that play well together, you can drive down costs and risks throughout the e-discovery process.
The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) gets a new look just in time for Valentine’s Day. Originally an E-Discovery Beat blog post, this story was picked up by the Legal Service Providers Daily.
Exterro maintains its lead at LegalTech New York, touting several client wins and new integrations. Read this roundup of industry news and views from Katey Wood, Enterprise Strategy Group analyst.
Fusion 4, a software suite of tools designed to manage workflow, capture data and report on results for compliance and e-discovery tasks, including legal holds, contains more than 100 innovations. New features include a Fusion Integration Hub that provides a central point to manage and report on all EDRM projects, search enhancements that incorporate fielded and historical search criteria, tools to manage and analyze custodian interviews, the ability to link matters across projects, and build menu-driven reports that can be exported in Excel format.
Exterro and Digital Reef have announced the integration of Digital Reef eDiscovery and Exterro Fusion. The companies say the combination substantially reduces the cost of legal holds, data preservation, processing and early case assessments (ECA).
E-Discovery Beat, Exterro’s one-stop resource for news and information about e-discovery, was added to the ABA Journal’s Blawg Directory today.
Exterro, Inc., the leading provider of legal governance, risk and compliance management software solutions, and Digital Reef, a leading software provider of scalable and open software for eDiscovery and file governance, today announced the seamless integration of Exterro Fusion and Digital Reef eDiscovery.