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out of 38 in eDiscovery
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out of 38 in eDiscovery
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3,522
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8.5
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LAW PreDiscovery software works as an all-in-one "eDiscovery engine" to scan, import, and produce all of the potential evidentiary documents needed during legal discovery. LexisNexis LAW PreDiscovery leads the way in document production, including the most flexible imaging and endorsing capabilities. Hundreds of file types exports directly to Concordance software and other leading document review platforms in a wide range of formats and Identifies and extracts content from file types, scan documents from scanners, and produce printed or digital output. LAW PreDiscovery handles even the largest imaging, endorsing, OCR, or print jobs by just adding additional workstations.

eDiscovery collection tools address the rise in dispersed and remote workforces, the proliferation of mobile devices and new sources of data. Comprehensively collecting data across all data sources, including endpoints, such as desktops and laptops, is critical to defensibility. Collection analytics and culling is key to efficient digital investigations, narrowing the document collection to drive down the cost of legal review.

With OpenText™ EnCase™ eDiscovery, organizations can streamline the collection, culling and preservation of data across diverse sources in a single efficient process.

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Murphy & King, BDO Consulting, Beasley AllenOntario Ministry of Government, Aerospace Company, Chesterfield Police Department
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Computer Software Company23%
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Financial Services Firm9%
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455,108 professionals have used our research since 2012.

LAW PreDiscovery is ranked 12th in eDiscovery while OpenText EnCase eDiscovery is ranked 3rd in eDiscovery with 2 reviews. LAW PreDiscovery is rated 0.0, while OpenText EnCase eDiscovery is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of OpenText EnCase eDiscovery writes "It is used as a forensic tool and End point Security that takes an image, extracts the data and then analyzes the keyword search besides providing Security for the Enterprise network". LAW PreDiscovery is most compared with Nuix eDiscovery, LexisNexis Concordance Classic and IPRO, whereas OpenText EnCase eDiscovery is most compared with AccessData FTK, Nuix eDiscovery, Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery, Tanium and BigFix.

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