Corporations have the ability to leverage the Mindseye eDiscovery Appliance in-house for the duration of the project and then simply return it at the conclusion of the matter - Bob Krantz, CEO, Mindseye
Arlington, VA (PRWEB) May 21, 2015
For organizations seeking greater control over their information, the power of the Mindseye eDiscovery Appliance is now available as an on-demand solution, allowing for access to the full suite of capabilities without requiring any capital expense.
The Mindseye eDiscovery Appliance combines Mindseye’s next generation discovery software with state-of-the-art hardware to deliver the most robust and easy to use discovery platform available today. The eDiscovery Appliance gives corporate counsel and law firms a data intelligence platform that lowers total cost of ownership by replacing point and legacy systems, consolidates data in one location, ensures compliance, and moves less but more relevant data into review.
“Corporations have the ability to leverage the Mindseye eDiscovery Appliance in-house for the duration of the project and then simply return it at the conclusion of the matter.” said Bob Krantz, CEO of Mindseye. “This is great news for corporations who may not have significant need on an ongoing basis, but want to leverage the power of the Mindseye appliance for a specific project, such as a Federal Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigation or a large internal investigation.”
Mindseye is a leading provider of eDiscovery software solutions. The company’s flagship eDiscovery platform was launched in 2009 to help organizations manage risk, minimize legal exposure, and eliminate wasted time and money throughout the discovery process. Delivered through a fixed-cost licensing model or as a stand-alone eDiscovery appliance, the Mindseye platform provides early visibility into the facts of the case to guide effective decisions around resource estimates, strategy development and data prioritization. Mindseye is an active participant in the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project, The Sedona Conference, and the Information Governance Initiative (IGI). For more information, visit http://www.mindseyesolutions.com or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/Mindseye_TV.