Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Barry Murphy. Published: 2012-12-20 13:36:44  

The analysts at eDJ Group periodically like to share perspectives on the solutions providers in the eDiscovery market.  Last spring, we wondered if the winners and losers in the eDiscovery software market had already been determined.  This summer, we looked at whether or not the software giants are dominating the eDiscovery market.With the launch of http://www.ediscoverymatrix.com (our service & technology comparator and research engine), eDJ Group now has the ability to truly cover all eDiscovery solutions providers; be they software providers, service providers, or a combination of both.  As we ramp up all of the eDiscoveryMatrix.com listings, we wanted to share some of our thoughts and perspectives on many of the providers we cover throughout the year.With some providers, we have a deep perspective and know their solutions well.  Other providers have come up either infrequently or just recently and we do not have as much perspective on them.   These comments will be the foundation for the initial analyst comments in the eDiscoveryMatrix.  As more information is learned about each of these providers, our analyst notes will be updated in real-time along with the moderated perspectives of the eDJ Group’s user community.The full report will give you a brief perspective on what eDJ Analysts think about the various solutions in the marketplace.  These summaries are not in-depth reports on each company, but rather a snapshot of eDJ Group’s perspective about active players that we see in the market and are engaged with on a regular basis.  Going forward, these types of summaries will be available on each vendor’s page within the eDiscoveryMatrix and eDJ will update the Market Overview report as a research document two times per year.  This list is not meant to be comprehensive or insinuate a market leadership by simply being on this list.  There are well over 1000 eDiscovery service providers as well as 300 eDiscovery technology providers and we could not complete a full list in a single document.The full report will be available to eDJ Research clients, eDJ Corporate Peer Group members, eDJ Law Firm Peer Group members, and eDiscoveryMatrix Platinum members.  For more information on getting a research license, please send an inquiry to Jason Velasco at Jason@edjgroupinc.com.Below are a couple of randomly selected examples of what you can expect to find in the report “The eDJ Group 2012 Q4 Market Update.”  At the bottom of the page is a full alphabetical list of the providers in the 2012 Q4 Market Summary.OrangeLT SummaryUBIC Summary

Accenture Guidance Software Pure Discovery
AccessData Hanzo Archives PwC
Advanced Discovery H5 Recommind
AlphaLit HP / Autonomy Reed Technology
Altep Hudson Legal RenewData
Applied Discovery Huron Consulting Group Responsive Data Solutions
BIA IBM Rocket
Bloomberg iConect RSD
BMMSoft Ikon Scarab
C2C Systems ILS Servient
Capital Novus Index Engines SFL Data
Catalyst Repository Systems Integreon Sherpa Software
Complete Discovery Source(CDS) iPro SRM Legal
CommVault Iris StoredIQ
Content Analyst Perceptive Search (fka ISYS) Symantec / Clearwell
Daegis kCura TechLaw Solutions
Deloitte Kiersted Systems Teris
DiscoverReady Kroll Ontrack The Oliver Group
DTI KPMG Thomson Reuters
Elumicor Lexis Nexis TransPerfect / Digital Reef
EMC Kazeon-eDiscovery Liquid Litigation Management UBIC
Epiq Systems Merrill Corporation USIS / Labat
Eqod Microsoft Valora Systems
Equivio Mindseye – TunnelVision Venio Systems
e-Stet Navigant Consulting Verizon
Exterro Nextpoint Wave Software
Fios Nuix X1 Discovery
First Advantage LitigationConsulting Odin Legal Xerox Litigation Services /Lateral Data
FTI Technology Orange Legal Technologies Zapproved
GGO Orcatec Zylab
Global Relay Pitney Bowes
Google Planet Data

 eDiscoveryJournal Contributor and eDJ Group Lead Analyst – Barry Murphy   

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