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eDiscovery Readiness

An average of 80% of electronic content under storage should not be kept.  Sure, storage is cheap however, the average cost to review 1GB of storage will cost nearly $20k! (InsideCounsel.com). Integro will help you implement a proactive solution that manages and disposes of content that doesn’t need to be kept – the redundant, outdated, and trivial (ROT).  The less you keep, the:

  • Less you spend on eDiscovery
  • Easier it is to produce data quickly and with greater accuracy
  • Less risk of corporate exposure

eDiscovery Process

Managing legal hold notifications and data collection can be costly, time-consuming and prone to errors.  You need a process that is consistent and very defensible.  Integro has helped many of our customers implement comprehensive solutions that streamline custodian legal hold and interviews to significantly reduce errors commonly encountered when using manual tracking methods such as spreadsheets and email.

eDiscovery Identification, Collection and Preservation

Integro can help you implement tools and processes to discover content across your IT landscape that makes legal costs more predictable and reduces risks. From in-place data identification and data collection to high-scale, high-volume search and analysis of electronically stored information (ESI), we can help you implement the right solution for your specific situation.

eDiscovery Review

Looking for a solution for document review and case management? Integro can help you identify and implement a solution that’s easy-to-use and cost-effective for technology-assisted review across all matter sizes and types. Through our partnership with FTI, Integro offers a Ringtail® e-discovery solution which delivers a unique visual approach to document review and predictive coding that helps legal teams quickly and defensibly master projects of any size.

Electronic Discovery Reference Model

In looking at the typical eDiscovery process, we start on the left with volumes of information, which are then taken through the eDiscovery process to produce a comparatively small amount of relevant information for litigation. (Source: EDRM.net)

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