About the Matrix
The eDJ Tech Matrix is an independent resource to provide a fast and easy way to find and compare software applications that contain specific eDiscovery related features. The site was created to help untangle the large number of providers, features and the sheer complexity of the application selection process. The features are categorized by Electronic Discovery Reference Model phase and other relevaent categories. You can select the features that you need and see who provides them.
Applications are submitted for free and reviewed by the public and the providers without subjective value statements or marketing language. We rely on public feedback to correct inaccurate listings and encourage you to contribute new applications and features.
If you’re a customer investigating an application to buy, please remember that you must independently verify all features and functionality during your purchase process. The site does not endorse or promote any specific applications, although we do indicate applications where eDJ experts have spent up to 2 hours reviewing the application and viewing the features. With the number of new applications and versions available, it is certain that some listings will not be completely up to date, but we strive to provide an unbiased, accurate resource.
All descriptions and features are based on analysts’ industry knowledge and supplemented with direct input from the applications’ product managers or other company representatives wherever possible. The matrix is an independent initiative to assist everyone in making sense of the wide array of applications on the market – it’s intended to aid your application selection process, but not to replace proper research, testing and expert opinion on the suitability of the application for your needs.
Although eDiscoveryJournal.com is an active sponsor of the EDRM Project, the eDiscovery Tech Matrix is not directly sponsored or part of those projects. The EDRM phases have been used to organize and present the application feature comparisons, but this should not be taken as an endorsement by the EDRM Project or its members.