We’ve been talking a lot internally about how to approach the eDiscovery roadblocks our customers are feeling pain about. As mentioned in a previous post, eDiscovery seems like an overly broad and at this point, totally overused term.
Its the perfect problem for us; full of complexity, difficult to assess, open to decisions that are politically driven instead of driven by technology strategy. It’s full of problems and issues that people are spending a lot of money and effort on, but are left with a feeling of agony because they cannot find an easy solution.
At Nextpoint, we have been thinking about these problems for a while; how to create a faster, simpler, and less expensive way of performing eDiscovery, that contains post-discovery functionality. After all, producing an email is where the evidence starts, not ends.