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Preferred vendor programs are not just for large corporations and multi-national law firms. Such programs are standard operating procedures for companies of all sizes as an effective method for lowering eDiscovery costs while raising quality levels.
In many highly regulated industries such as government and financial services, there is a high degree of scrutiny surrounding software and service procurement for litigation teams. Such scrutiny helps to create best practices and useful methodologies that any eDiscovery or information governance professional can use when software or service procurement needs arise.
eDJ’s analysts have deep experience with such procurement practices and methodologies, both in prior career experiences and in on-the-ground interactions with research and consulting clients. As such, we recommend that all eDiscovery and IG professionals understand the 10 Key Components of a transparent and successful selection process.
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