With so many products that describe themselves as end-to-end solutions and the resulting struggle in the legal technology community in determining which products solve a particular problem, it was only a matter of time before an enterprising consultant created a tool to navigate the sea of product information. That tool, the E-Discovery Application Matrix, arrived earlier this year just prior to Legal Tech New York, thanks to Greg Buckles, an independent e-discovery consultant to corporate legal departments and outside software providers, of Houston-based Reason-eD LLC.

“As part of my consulting practice in the last two years, I’ve spent a lot of time compiling spreadsheets, demonstrating the specific features and functionality of competing products, and I realized it’s too big for an individual or even an analyst to track,” says Buckles. “Instead, it needs to be a collective effort to track this and to keep this type of information up to date.” For that reason, the Matrix is a publicly available resource that contains features and functions for 56 e-discovery software applications.

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