451 Research Releases Report on AccessData’s Streamlined AD eDiscovery and Summation Platforms
Report notes AD’s “organically designed” integrated EDRM-spanning platform - Summation, AD E-Discovery, and MPE+ - all of which will be on display at LegalTech New York 2013
According to the report by analyst David Horrigan, “…the biggest news about AD eDiscovery is the integration of Summation into it, allowing the platform to service virtually the entire EDRM, complementing its legal hold, collection and early case assessment/early data assessment (ECA/EDA) capabilities.”
Summation will continue to be offered as a stand-alone application to firms and organizations large and small as well as a fully integrated part of the AD eDiscovery product.
“We believe the 451 Research report is an insightful summary of the solutions we offer to the legal market and how we differentiate from our competitors – especially in the areas of integration and mobile device e-discovery. We look forward to demonstrating these product and abilities to the attendees at LegalTech New York,” stated Caitlin Murphy, Director of Legal Marketing at AccessData. “We are very happy with the successful integration of Summation into our AD eDiscovery platform. We also look forward to seeing MPE+ take hold in the market as corporations realize the need to look at the data stored on mobile devices when faced with litigation.”
By integrating its market leading collection and early case assessment features with the advanced final review functionality of Summation, AD eDiscovery now covers the entire e-discovery lifecycle from Litigation Hold to Final Review & Production, and everything in between, in one efficient platform.
Summation is a web-based document, data and transcript review platform that accommodates the workflows of contemporary legal teams while running on the powerful - and proven - AccessData technology core. It is now a part of the AD eDiscovery platform and also remains available as a stand-alone product.
MPE+ is designed specifically to allow users to easily collect and view the data that is stored on mobile devices and supports more than 6,800 of these - including iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android and BlackBerry. MPE+ executes a full forensic level capture and can collect deleted items and all appropriate metadata on select devices. MPE+ exports data in an AD1 file which can be imported to AD eDiscovery or Summation.
AccessData at LegalTech New York
AccessData will be at LegalTech New York January 29-31, 2013 at booth #1401 on the mezzanine level. The company will further showcase AD eDiscovery, MPE+ and Summation 4.2, which features predictive coding, data visualization and an automated Concordance migration tool. The event will be held at The Hilton New York hotel and the company will be offering demos of its entire platform as well as a chance for attendees to win a sold-out Samsung Chromebook. Additionally AccessData will team up with D4 eDiscovery for an invitation-only educational session on Tuesday January 29, 2013 titled, Mobile Device E-Discovery, Ready or Not Here it Comes. Invitations may be obtained by emailing email@example.com.
AccessData Group has pioneered digital investigations and litigation support for more than 20 years. Over that time, the company has grown to provide a broad spectrum of stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that enable a 360-degree view into the data at any stage of investigation. The company’s AD eDiscovery platform is an automated, in-house solution that addresses the e-discovery lifecycle from litigation hold to the generation of load files for common third-party review tools. AccessData's AD Summation legal review solution is the gold standard throughout the legal community, having received 45+ legal industry technology and “Reader’s Choice” awards since 1997. More than 100,000 users in corporations, law firms, government agencies and law enforcement around the world rely on AccessData software solutions and its premier hosted review services. Learn more at www.eDiscoveryWithAccessData.com.