E-discovery software companies are finding companies want more than just their software tips.

According to a Blickstein Group and Exterro Inc. survey, legal departments are trimming their e-discovery spend by performing more e-discovery tasks in-house, according to a Blickstein Group and Exterro Inc. survey. In turn, more e-discovery software providers are moving to offer in-depth corporate e-discovery training.

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