Electronic discovery, or ediscovery, is discovery in government investigations and litigations, wherein information is exchanged electronically. This data, also referred to as electronically stored information (ESI), are subject to agreed-upon processes and local rules and are reviewed before handing it over to the opposing party.
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eDiscovery solutions enable data in the form of emails, text, databases, images, audio files, animations, spreadsheets, websites, and computer programs to be presented as evidence in judicial cases. Today, ediscovery services are being utilized by several industry verticals including law, energy and utilities, travel and hospitality, media and entertainment, government, banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), education, IT and telecom, and transportation and logistics.
What Drives the eDiscovery Market?
A report by Transparency Market Research indicates that the global ediscovery market is poised to grow from a value of US$5.5 bn in 2013 to US$21 bn in 2022. If these values hold true, the worldwide ediscovery market is likely to register an impressive 16.20% CAGR from 2014 to 2022.
Let’s take a look at some of the leading trends that govern the ediscovery market.
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The most note-worthy players competing in the global ediscovery market include Navigant Consulting Inc., EMC Corporation, Epiq Systems Inc., Xerox Corporation, HP Autonomy, Guidance Software Inc., Catalyst Repository Systems Inc., Symantec Corporation, FTI Consulting Inc., IBM Corporation, Daegis Inc., and Integreon Managed Solutions Inc.