With the amount of electronic information growing every day, discovering data in the event of a litigation, due diligence or other legal event can seem overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. Working with a Project Manager who not only understands your needs, but also the complexities of managing vast amounts of data, and the nuances of the technology solutions to do it, can make things much simpler.
Our Project Mangers:
Ricoh’s Project Managers are certified eDiscovery experts who combine deep expertise with secured and effective technology solutions that provide efficient access to your most relevant documents. We will work through the requirements of your project for every stage of the eDiscovery Reference Model, and ensure your project timeline integrates directly with your legal team's schedule.
Selecting the right technology will arm your team with the tools and capabilities to effectively manage and control your eDiscovery process. We will take the guesswork out of making this critical decision.
Ricoh’s eDiscovery experts continually invest time and resources to seek and evaluate industry-leading technology so that you have the best, most appropriate tools at your disposal. In fact, our team holds certifications in leading eDiscovery platforms including Relativity, iCONECT Xera, and Catalyst Insight.
Our in-depth technology expertise and extensive portfolio of industry-leading litigation software puts us in the unique position to map the most appropriate technology solution to your organization’s specific needs.
Ricoh eDiscovery is home to industry thought leaders who are advancing discussions around eDiscovery. It is their expertise, knowledge and experience that defines Ricoh's eDiscovery process and ensures our clients receive unparalleled value.
We can guide you through each phase of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and help you preserve, identify, collect and ultimately reduce data volume. Additionally, we can provide efficient access to your most relevant documents, which in turn helps to reduce the review phase of your discovery process, saving you both time and money.