e-Stet's ON DEMAND enables clients to effectively outsource the most complex elements of litigation while retaining in-house control of data.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 1, 2010
e-Stet, an electronic discovery and litigation support provider, has announced the launch of ON DEMAND, a full service, autonomous processing server powered by Venio FPR, installed in-house with clients. The processing platform is fully managed and operated by e-Stet. Clients simply plug in their media and an e-Stet team will quickly process data and utilize ECA tools to make information available for viewing and downloading. ON DEMAND enables clients to effectively outsource the most complex elements of litigation while retaining in-house control of data.
e-Stet now provides its ON DEMAND ECA platform to accelerate the electronic discovery process and minimize the resources law firms must dedicate internally to Electronically Stored Information (ESI). The autonomous appliance, which stores, processes, hosts online and backs itself up, is installed in-house at the client’s location and allows the processing of ESI to be performed virtually by e-Stet. Virtual machines are accessible by the client’s entire office and attorneys around the globe can watch the processing as it unrolls. Although clients are able to move files at Gigabit speeds, the appliance remains separate from their networks for maximized security.
When asked about ON DEMAND, e-Stet Director, Salim Elkhou, commented “We are always trying to find new ways to meet our clients’ needs. Of course, speed, cost and efficiency are our clients’ primary concerns. A streamlined process such as ON DEMAND is just the next step in the evolution of our product offerings”.
e-Stet focuses on delivering customized solutions and personalized service. With data processing facilities in Washington DC and Los Angeles, CA, e-Stet offers services including discovery, forensics, review and litigation consulting. e-Stet’s clients include Am Law 100 law firms, Fortune 100 companies, startups, boutique law firms and government agencies.
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