Venio Systems, the leading provider of integrated e-discovery software for corporations, law firms and service providers, today announced that iDiscovery Solutions (iDS) has chosen the Venio Integrated E-Discovery Platform as one of its tools. iDS is an award-winning, global, legal technology expert services firm that provides consulting, data analytics, processing and hosting of electronically stored information (ESI), and expert services in the areas of electronic discovery, digital forensics, and enterprise applications.
Venio is a single-source solution for all phases of the e-discovery process: ESI processing, early case assessment, analytics, review and production. It delivers simple workflow and is fast and powerful enough for any size discovery project. Venio leverages distributed computing to perform many times better than competitive products and includes advanced analytical tools, such as “Venio Assisted Review,” to increase efficiency and reduce cost.
“Venio is flexible and quick, which allows us to provide a broader range of processing and early case assessment options, in addition to completing projects faster than our competitors,” said
“The experience of iDS’ professionals allow them to handle some of the most complex challenges faced by legal professionals and solve problems that others cannot,” said
The Venio Integrated E-Discovery Platform was built by a team of professionals with more than 20 years e-discovery experience and is designed to deliver a fast, simple and integrated solution. The product is designed to minimize cost, increase efficiency, and reduce risk by adding scalability, speed and workflow to the process.
Representatives of iDS, including Managing Director Dan Regard—a Legal Times Top-3 e-Discovery Expert for 2013—will be in Venio’s booth 2612 at LegalTech New York on
For more information about the Venio’s Integrated eDiscovery Platform please visit http://www.veniosystems.com. For more information about iDS, please visit http://idiscoverysolutions.com.
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