In the report, Horrigan says that “the unique pricing model of PowerSearch alone makes it an e-discovery application to watch” and that “its pricing model could make PowerSearch the Skype of e-discovery.”
“As electronically stored information has become a part of everyday life, e-discovery has become part of everyday litigation. Yet, solo practitioners and small firms trying everyday legal matters have often been priced out of the traditional e-discovery market,” said Horrigan. “E-discovery applications such as PowerSearch fill a void as e-discovery moves beyond being only for Big Law firms and corporate legal departments working on complex commercial litigation.”
“The report is a great overview of PowerSearch and where it fits into the current market,” stated Girts Jansons, founder and CEO of PowerSearch Software. “When we first launched PowerSearch into the market, our goal was to bring a cost-effective, efficient and reliable way to do e-discovery so it can be used in any litigation – regardless of budget. We are so happy that PowerSearch is being recognized by leading organizations like 451 Research as a product that just might be changing the way e-discovery is done.”
“451 Research is a very useful resource that brings valuable insight and research to the market,” states Henry Kolisnik, Senior Industry Consultant for Teradata. “I welcome the opportunity to view their reports and see what they see as new and innovative. This report on PowerSearch really provides valuable information on the product and the industry as a whole.”
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