The Electronic Discovery Landscape - A Triangulated Overview


Taking the results of three key electronic discovery landscape documents, those being the Sixth Annual Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey (August 2008), the Thirteenth Annual AMLAW Tech Survey (October 2008), and the recent Gartner MarketScope For eDiscovery Software Providers (December 2008), the following listing looks at what may be considered as a reasonable representation of the top twenty national providers when considering the results of all three of these documents.

While the overview is ultimately subjective based on the individual weighting given to each of the landscape documents, the source of the potential vendors is certainly objective based on their listing within these landscape documents.

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