Here’s another reason to love eDiscovery – market analytics from Rob Robinson and ComplexDiscovery! This past weekend on LinkedIn, Rob published a post on 2022 eDiscovery Market Kinetics, which compiles some of the terrific market resources that he regularly compiles into a combined market resource!
His LinkedIn post On the Move? 2022 eDiscovery Market Kinetics: Five Areas of Interest puts together in presentation form “an overview of selected data points from five key areas of interest that may serve as indicators of market health”. Those five key areas are:
- Market Size: From his Annual eDiscovery Market Mashups
- Investments: From his tracking of eDiscovery Mergers, Acquisitions and Investments over the years
- Business Confidence: From his Quarterly eDiscovery Business Confidence Surveys, 26 of them in all and they illustrate some interesting trends over that time
- Pricing: From his Semi-Annual eDiscovery Pricing Surveys, 7 of them conducted so far
- Second Requests: Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Transactions on mergers and acquisitions and percentage and number of second requests resulting from those transactions.
Rob also provides a “Lagniappe” section, with links to additional topics: Digital Embassies, Estonia and X-Road, eResidency and Digital Nomads, and Cyber Law and NATO.
The entire 2022 eDiscovery Market Kinetics collection of analytics is contained in a compact 29 slide presentation (30 slides in PDF form, with one overview slide of ComplexDiscovery added). If you want a terrific single resource for eDiscovery market data, this is it!
So, what do you think? Were you aware of all Rob’s resources in the 2022 eDiscovery Market Kinetics presentation? If not, you are now! 😉 And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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