Do you have an eDiscovery solution pricing model that fits your needs? Or are you stuck with a “lemon” that can drive up costs significantly over time? Find out what your options are in Wednesday’s webinar that I will be co-presenting with the Avansic team!
The webinar is titled Apples to Oranges: How to Avoid Getting Stuck with a “Lemon” with Pricing for Your eDiscovery Solution and it will be conducted this Wednesday October 27 at 1:30 PM CT (2:30pm ET, 11:30am PT). Please note that this reflects a time correction from the previously posted time.
In this webinar, we will discuss the various eDiscovery solution pricing models that currently exist in the market, what types of cases benefit from each model, how trends in the industry are driving a growth in alternative pricing plans, where those plans fit in the future of electronic discovery and what you need to know to get the right solution at the right price for your firm.
I will be presenting the webinar with Dr. Gavin Manes, CEO and Lance Watson, COO of Avansic. It should be educational and fun too! Normally, the first rule of eDiscovery pricing (like Fight Club) is that you don’t talk about it, but we will! Register here to talk about what nobody normally talks about. Comparing pricing for eDiscovery solutions may be an apples to oranges comparison, but this webinar will help you avoid getting stuck with a lemon!
Speaking of Avansic and webinars, just a reminder that Avansic recently completed three do-it-yourself (DIY) discovery webinars to teach you DIY techniques for data loading, search and analytics and production. You can check them out on-demand via the links below!
So, what do you think? Are you happy with your eDiscovery solution pricing model? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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