Implementing an In-House eDiscovery Solution That Maps to the eDRM: A Guide to AccessData eDiscovery, Its Components and How It Addresses the Entire eDiscovery Lifecycle
Traditionally, electronic document production "eDiscovery" was considered a manual, time-consuming task - and an expensive one. During the eDiscovery process, companies must identify, collect, preserve, process, review, analyze, produce and present any and all Electronically Stored Information (ESI) that might be relevant to a specific matter. The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) was developed to guide law firms, corporations and consultants through this process. While service providers and various software companies have come out with offerings that address pieces of this process, very few have introduced a solution that addresses the entire eDiscovery lifecyde.