Through the partnership, Guidance’s EnCase eDiscovery technology provides users with the tools needed to assess, identify and process electronically stored information, while KPMG provides a network of more than 1600 forensic professionals who are ready and willing to offer industry advice about managing eDiscovery, records and information risk issues.
Combining technology and a global member network for eDiscovery clients can help corporate, legal and government organizations improve and manage electronically stored information. Often subject to governance, compliance and risk issues, ESI is often the source of litigious incidents, so having an adviser at arm’s reach can be a convenient resource.
Both Guidance and KPMG understand the ins and outs of eDiscovery. Guidance brings an entire suite of EnCase technology, recently profiled for their Certified eDiscovery Practitioner program, while KPMG offers an eDiscovery suite of service offerings, including Discovery Radar, a hosted review platform and Global Evidence Tracking System, which provides clients with data integrity, process management and tracking of evidence chain of custody.
While Guidance software clients can benefit from advice, KPMG clients are sure to employ their knowledge by way of advanced eDiscovery technology. Together, eDiscovery will be effectively implemented and managed.