eDiscovery Managed Services

eDiscovery managed services is a business partnership that allows leaders in corporations and law firms to have the cost predictability and control they need with the security, processes and workflows eDiscovery requires.

Epiq is one of the largest eDiscovery managed services providers in the world and has more eDiscovery managed services clients than any other provider. Over the last several years, Epiq implemented physically and logically segregated environments for some of the world’s largest corporations and law firms, providing data processing and hosting, dedicated personnel, storage management, data collection and managed review services.

eDiscovery managed services is about managing your discovery on an enterprise level in a way that provides unsurpassed visibility and transparency into your data and your expenses. eDiscovery managed services counters unpredictable project-based pricing, hidden fees and charges. It also enables ongoing, proactive workflow, process and eDiscovery protocol improvements.

Epiq’s eDiscovery managed services eliminates the need for organisations to invest in standing up their own infrastructure. Epiq does this by building a partnership with each organisation in a personalised manner. With eDiscovery managed services organisations do not have to worry about patches, upgrades, test environments, security, data backup or recovery within their own servers. In fact, eDiscovery managed services helps litigation support professionals create better processes and workflows that result in more cost control.

Epiq provides your organisation with a fixed monthly fee and your own infrastructure to house as many cases as you can—you pay the same fixed monthly fee for the infrastructure, application and user licenses. Having your own capacity-based environment allows you to reduce operational inefficiencies caused by going from one vendor to another. Whether you want Epiq to host your processing and review application licenses, or you want Epiq to provide the licensing, one thing is clear: eDiscovery managed services takes many of the inefficiencies out of the eDiscovery process.

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James Burford

James Burford

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