CEOs, General Managers, CFOs, CIOs, GCs & Purchasing Leaders:
Discover Your Next Savings Opportunity
Take a moment to think of all the hard work that your organization does. You work daily to expand your market, build your brand, grow sales, increase productivity, control costs and, ultimately, generate a profit. Now think about events that could put all of that hard work at risk. For most organizations, litigation is high on that list, and rightly so. The mere mention of the word can invoke angst; perhaps even more so for those organizations who are "infrequent" litigants.
Organizations have utilized a variety of strategies to minimize the costs and/or risks of litigation: Using smaller or boutique firms for certain work, pushing for alternate fee arrangements with their law firms, and a host of other methods. However, the discovery phase of litigation, which now routinely includes electronic data as our workplaces become more digital, remains a virtually untapped opportunity. The process of dealing with an organization's electronic data during litigation, commonly known as Electronic Discovery, or eDiscovery, can be a significant opportunity for organizations to lower their cost and risk profiles going forward. And the good news?
A better approach to eDiscovery can have a Return-On-Investment of less than one year. The opportunity can be realized through an approach we call eDiscovery Readiness.
If your organization wants to lower cost and risk without impacting headcount, employee benefits or any operational aspect of your company, then Contact Us to learn more. Or, please read our eDiscovery Overview if you would like more general information on eDiscovery, including a deeper look at Reactive eDiscovery, the expensive way that many organizations typically source their eDiscovery needs, or how an eDiscovery Readiness program can dramatically lower costs. Even if you don't work with us, we encourage you to work with someone to find a better approach to eDiscovery - the opportunity is that significant.