Baker & McKenzie wins more cases by implementing an IBM eDiscovery solution





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Published on Feb 13, 2013

(German video with English subtitles)
Baker & McKenzie wins more cases, with greater efficiency and at lower cost, when IBM Global Business Services implements IBM's eDiscovery Analyzer document analysis solution and an electronic case management (ECM) solution from IBM Business Partner CENIT AG running on IBM's Content Manager platform. Baker & McKenzie is able to dig deeper into case documentation to find previously unavailable relational insights.

IBM eDiscovery Identification and Collection provides insight into enterprise data to help ease the costs and efforts involved in electronic discovery (eDiscovery) response. This software helps decrease the volume of unstructured data by targeting only the most relevant information to a particular case and providing forensically sound and defensible collections.

eDiscovery Identification and Collection delivers:

-Faster access to relevant information prior to collection, giving legal and IT teams the data needed to make more informed legal decisions.
-A powerful search function that accelerates the understanding of large amounts of unstructured content and encourages organizational alignment that can lead to reduced legal risks and costs.
-Simplified analysis of large amounts of corporate electronically stored information (ESI), providing faster detailed analysis and limiting the impact on user productivity.
-Actionable intelligence that allows companies to respond more quickly to litigation with the most relevant data.

For more information about IBM eDiscovery Identification and Collection, visit https://ibm.biz/BdFfcK

Visit the IBM Enterprise Content Management website for more information about our business solutions: https://ibm.biz/BdFqXz


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