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CloudNine Highlights eDiscovery Ecosystem Expertise and Offerings

Added on the 27th Jul 2017 at 11:08 am
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Discovery Automation Software and Services Provider Details Product, Partner, and Pricing Benefits for Data and Legal Discovery

CloudNine, the eDiscovery Company (eDiscovery.co) which provides data and legal discovery automation technology and services that bring insight and intelligence to business and legal decisions, today highlighted its software and service offerings and benefits for the information and legal technology communities. This highlighting provides potential solutions to many of the challenges information and legal professionals seek to solve as they engage in litigation, investigations, and audits.

About the CloudNine Discovery Ecosystem

Founded in 2002 and based in Houston, Texas, CloudNine is a technology company with deep expertise in the analysis, processing, and review of electronically stored information (ESI). This expertise has enabled CloudNine to develop technology and processes to address the discovery of data from the point of data creation to the execution of data destruction. This Simplified Discovery Automation process provides information, business, and legal professionals with an integrated solution that automates eight core tasks that help organizations translate data discovery into insight and insight into legal intelligence.

The company’s flagship offering is its cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivered, simplified eDiscovery automation software, also known as CloudNine. This eDiscovery automation software streamlines the discovery, investigation, and audit process for attorneys and compliance managers and is currently used by more than 50 of the top 250 Am Law firms as well as extensively used in many of the world’s leading corporations.

The company also offers a complete portfolio of eDiscovery professional services including computer forensics, managed services, managed review, and eDiscovery consulting. These software and professional services enable CloudNine clients to experience the simplicity of self-service supported by the power of a full-service eDiscovery provider.

Additionally, CloudNine has been recognized by analysts and end users in reports and surveys by Gartner, 451 Research, Blue Hill Research, Corporate Counsel Magazine, the New York Law Journal, and Texas Lawyer.

“Many of our clients, partners, and industry advocates have actively shared that when they initially engaged with CloudNine, they were unaware of the breadth and depth of our offerings, programs, and industry recognition,” noted Brad Jenkins, CEO of CloudNine. “From software to services and from pricing to industry affirmation, CloudNine continues to grow in acceptance as a leading discovery provider with innovative technology. As we continue our accelerated growth, we look forward to the challenge of ensuring law firms, corporations, and service providers are increasingly aware of how our approach to software, pricing, and partnerships can simplify their discovery efforts and help them with both the technological and business challenges of eDiscovery.”

Top Challenges for Legal and Business Professionals

The top concerns for managing discovery requests as highlighted by legal and information technologists who conduct support, investigations, and audits for corporations and law firms, include:

+ The volume of data is continuing to increase. (Data Constraints)
+ Earlier generations of software have reached their limits. (Software Constraints)
+ Departments are charged with doing more with less. (Personnel Constraints)
+ Organizations need to be able to better predict spend. (Budgetary Constraints)
+ Concern for security in eDiscovery remains high. (Security Concerns)

Top Challenges for eDiscovery Providers

The top concerns for eDiscovery providers seeking to accelerate and expand business and support efforts in a constantly changing legal discovery ecosystem include:

+ Shifting business models for leading providers. (New Competitors)
+ Consolidation of companies and technologies. (Contraction of Available Offerings)
+ Changing landscape of offerings and providers. (Diversification of Revenue Streams)
+ Need for expanding revenue opportunities and new markets. (Revenue Growth Requirements)

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