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13th
out of 38 in eDiscovery
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23rd
out of 38 in eDiscovery
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Overview
Litigation software that stores accurate data to be presented in trials, and save money by automating data storageIBM eDiscovery Manager enables authorized IT and legal staff to search, cull, hold and export case-relevant content to manage electronically stored information (ESI). eDiscovery Manager helps you respond to discovery requests and Streamlines and standardizes the electronic discovery process. It Preserves the electronically stored information (ESI) evidence in a security-rich, auditable, high-scale, trusted evidence repository that includes chain-of-custody tracking and Enhances your capacity to organize ESI, email and other content to reduce discovery costs and risks.
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Sample Customers
Archer & Greiner, Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Solomon Ward, AD Triage, Dorsey & Whitney, Shipman & Goodwin,Hansgrohe

AccessData Group Summation is ranked 13th in eDiscovery while IBM eDiscovery Manager is ranked 23rd in eDiscovery. AccessData Group Summation is rated 0.0, while IBM eDiscovery Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AccessData Group Summation is most compared with kCura Relativity and LexisNexis Concordance Classic, whereas IBM eDiscovery Manager is most compared with Nuix eDiscovery.

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