Today, ACEDS is hosting the webinar Your eDiscovery Pricing, Approach, and Workflow are Great– or are They? (available here) today at 1pm ET! In this webinar, the presenters will discuss how end clients are pushing back on historical eDiscovery costs and billing models and how eDiscovery pricing by software and hosting providers has shifted based on this demand.
Examples include shifting away from monthly gigabyte hosting to fixed-cost contracts and eliminating middleman services, so you are buying eDiscovery services directly from the hosting or software provider, similar to a SaaS or cloud offering compared to a Value-Added Reseller. Using the ACEDS checklists, the panel will also discuss the benefits and risks of legal professionals performing their own DIY-style eDiscovery, specifically the advantages of performing or loading productions and the concerns of handling your own processing of raw native data.
Presenters will include:
- Esther Birnbaum – Associate General Counsel, Interactive Brokers
- Gavin W. Manes, Ph.D. – CEO, Avansic
- Ian Campbell – CEO, iCONECT
Is your eDiscovery pricing, approach, and workflow great? Or not? Or are you not sure? Join the panelists here today and learn how eDiscovery pricing by software and hosting providers has shifted based on the demand of end clients!
So, what do you think? Are you unsure about your eDiscovery pricing, approach, and workflow? If so, check out today’s webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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