Are you in charge of your eDiscovery projects? You’re probably not alone – everyone who has used an eDiscovery tool has wondered if there was an easier way to do their most common tasks. If so, Avansic and ACEDS have a webinar for you that will show you how to seize control of your eDiscovery projects – next week!
Next Wednesday, March 9 at 1pm ET, Avansic and ACEDS will conduct the webinar Seize Control of your eDiscovery Projects. In this webinar, you can learn how to seize control of your eDiscovery projects, by determining:
- What tasks could be faster and more productive if you handled them yourself?
- How can you tell when its to your advantage to reach out for help?
- How do you determine which eDiscovery platform is best for you?
- Which provider is right for you?
- Dr. Gavin Manes, CEO, Avansic
- Mike Quartararo, CEDS, President, ACEDS
- Thomas Wisinski, Chief Knowledge Officer, Haynes and Boone, LLP
Join them to understand the benefits of directly managing eDiscovery tasks and considerations for choosing an eDiscovery partner. We’ll explore suggestions for workflow development, communicating with your provider, using project management, support resources, the value of production templates, and more. Their best practices tips will enable you to seize control of your eDiscovery projects!
So, what do you think? Feeling like your eDiscovery projects are spiraling out of control? If so, check out the webinar here! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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