So you’re looking to get in line with the 21st century and undertake an initiative to upgrade your e-discovery software. That’s good; if your law firm isn’t using the best e-discovery software, then it is losing out on crucial efficiencies that mean higher costs and time wasted—a non-starter when it comes to litigation.

But what exactly does the best software mean? It doesn’t necessarily mean the most costly—many firms would be better served saving costs if they don’t have a need for the high-end e-discovery model. It doesn’t necessarily mean the fanciest gadgets—if your firm’s attorneys won’t use the high-end analytics, for example, why pay extra for them? It may not even be the most robust—can your firm’s hardware (i.e. desktops and laptops) even handle the software in question?

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