As I noted in a recent article, ZyLAB has been producing search software, and applying it to eDiscovery requirements, for many years.
Most ZyLAB users own and manage their software in-house. ZyLAB now, however, delivers its eDiscovery solutions in a Software as a Service model in EMEA and Asia Pac via a managed service provider model.
This is an ideal proposition for organisations who either have sporadic eDiscovery needs or who do not have the internal resources to bring any discovery solution in-house. The SaaS model means that no hardware or software purchase is required. Companies can choose both the range of services they require and the level of support needed.
Johannes Scholtes, Chief Strategy Officer at ZyLAB, said:
“Almost every company, irrespective of size or industry, can be confronted with external or internal information requests related to litigation, eDiscovery, regulatory requests, investigations or audits. Regardless of the frequency and size, these events are always labour intensive and disruptive.
There is more information about ZyLAB’s eDiscovery as a service model here.