Key litigators in a 10-partner firm had formed the view that modern practice required the utilisation of appropriate tools and workflows, and that eDiscovery should now be treated as the norm rather than the exception. Most of the firm’s matters were modest in size, often only a few GB of data. They had used a range of litigation support technology, to meet the eDiscovery needs of their more significant matters, but found the solutions were expensive to license and highly dependent on external consultancy support at every step of the way.
The firm had already experienced push back from some clients who were resisting the added technology expenditure. Efforts to minimise costs by constantly seeking cost estimates from hosting providers for new matters was time-consuming and costly for the firm and still not getting costs in the ballpark to make firm wide uptake possible.
Without a preferred solution in place, setting up new matters inevitably required new training and staff were becoming confused about functionality offered across different platforms.
With Delium the firm found the solution they were looking for.
Delium has been designed to replicate the way litigators think and work, without the need for extensive training. Delium’s intuitive interface and analysis tools are easy to setup and suitable for cases of all sizes.