Joint effort gives law firms and service providers a powerful Digital WarRoom e-discovery center in Aquipt’s MatterPoint cloud environment. October 18, 2012
Digital WarRoom today announced a cooperative relationship with Aquipt that will expand the e-discovery case data hosting options for law firms and e-discovery service providers.
Digital WarRoom is the first e-discovery platform to provide law firms, corporate legal and e-discovery teams with complete ESI processing, document review and production in a single application, eliminating traditional high-cost volume-based processing fees.
Aquipt provides IT services to the legal industry, offering a portfolio of technologies designed specifically to help law firms and service providers address the fluctuating demands of IT in legal. The new joint effort between the companies will provide law firms and e-discovery service providers the ability to create a Digital WarRoom e-discovery center in Aquipt’s MatterPoint cloud environment. MatterPoint provides an all-inclusive infrastructure including hardware, software, networking and support service. Once the Digital WarRoom e-discovery center is created, the law firm or service provider has around-the-clock access to Digital WarRoom as a service, while IT services and administration are handled by Aquipt.
“We are excited to work with Digital WarRoom in helping law firms build successful e-discovery operations,” said Bob Rivas, Executive Director at Aquipt. “With Digital WarRoom in the Aquipt MatterPoint platform, litigation support teams working on an e-discovery case can transfer ESI data files to their dedicated vault over our secure encrypted transmission service, and then instantly begin processing within the Digital WarRoom application.”
“Growth in litigation and increasing pressure for efficiency are driving rapid growth for Digital WarRoom e-discovery software” said Robert Powell, operations director for Digital WarRoom for the east coast and Europe. “Many of our law firm clients are establishing a dedicated e-discovery practice, to provide higher levels of service while lowering their costs. Hosting on MatterPoint allows case teams to focus on the e-discovery process and document review, rather than IT hardware and maintenance. The Aquipt team has an outstanding record of success in the legal industry, and we are pleased to be working with them for the benefit of our growing law firm clients.”
E-discovery service providers and litigation support teams are invited to visit the Digital WarRoom Partners website to learn more about opportunities in e-discovery hosting with Digital WarRoom.
About Digital WarRoom e-Discovery Platform
Digital WarRoom is the first e-discovery platform to provide law firms, corporate legal and e-discovery teams with complete ESI processing, document review and production in a single application, eliminating traditional high-cost volume-based processing fees, and streamlining the ESI processing, filtering, and review into a single platform. The design of this all-in-one platform eliminates the risk inherent in moving data between disparate systems. The Digital WarRoom platform is unique in its ability to create and save case data in a portable form. A case database created on any Digital WarRoom product can move seamlessly to any other Digital WarRoom product, with all attorney work product preserved. This unmatched flexibility allows organizations to cost effectively handle an entire portfolio of matters in-house, while retaining the option for full-service hosted review on larger, complex and global matters.
The Digital WarRoom platform has been acclaimed by e-discovery experts, law firms, and corporate clients as “impressive, seamless, and easy to use”. An LTN product review compared the platform favorably with better-known but far more expensive solutions, saying “DWR seems to have adopted the best two or three features offered by leading e-discovery software makers such as Clearwell and kCura Relativity and packaged them all together in one functional, integrated platform, which can operate on a desktop, or laptop, computer in a distributed computing environment that incorporates other computers, such as a back-end database server.
To learn more about Digital WarRoom visit http://www.digitalwarroom.com.
Since its inception in 2002, GGO (Gallivan Gallivan & O’Melia LLC) has successfully completed over 3500 complex e-discovery matters. In 2011, GGO introduced the Digital WarRoom® line of software products, spanning the entire e-discovery lifecycle from capture through processing, review, and production. Customized services include M&A target data preservation and internal data mining and investigations. Headquartered in Seattle, GGO offices are located in New York, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles, and London, serving all metropolitan markets in Europe, Asia and North America. Leading global corporations, Fortune 1000 companies, Am Law 100 law firms, and government agencies, including the Library of Congress, rely on GGO for robust technology and personalized service. To learn more about GGO, visit http://www.ggollc.com
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