When selecting an ediscovery platform, completing a holistic vendor evaluation that goes beyond feature by feature comparisons is of the utmost importance. However, with countless options on the market, buyers often find themselves lost in their journey to compare the strengths and weaknesses of competitors. Join us for a lively exploration into the difficulties with assessing ediscovery vendors and what factors matter most in the evaluation process. We delve into an evaluation framework with proof points on what to look for.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- What makes evaluating ediscovery vendors so challenging
- Key factors critical to vendor evaluation
- Proof points that demonstrate the strength of each factor
Join us for an interactive webinar exploring the factors to consider when
evaluating ediscovery vendors.
Michael Simon is the Principal of Seventh Samurai, LLC consulting. He helps law firms, legal departments and government agencies manage eDiscovery, Privacy and Information Governance, including serving as an expert witness on eDiscovery issues. Michael is a licensed attorney, with six and a half years’ experience as a trial attorney in Chicago, where he was an early innovator in using electronic evidence to win cases for his clients. He has been an adjunct professor at Michigan State University College of Law and Boston University School of Law, teaching classes in eDiscovery Law and Practice.
Alex Hafez leads the Solutions Architects team at Everlaw. He provides technical support and subject matter expertise throughout the sales cycle. Prior to Everlaw, he worked as a Solutions Architect at FTI Consulting and as a Project Manager at Advanced Discovery. Alex is a licensed attorney and has worked for law firms and legal services providers in the D.C. area.
Christina Ling is a Product Marketing Manager at Everlaw and has a wealth of consulting, project management, and marketing experience in ediscovery. Prior to Everlaw, she worked at OpenText Discovery (formerly Recommind) in Product Marketing and at Deloitte as an Ediscovery and Information Governance Consultant. She is fascinated by big data, information security, artificial intelligence, and machine learning technology.