Corporate Counsel – October 2, 2017 – Brian Schrader, BIA
Seven years ago this month, BIA co-published on EDRM.net the industry’s first eDiscovery Maturity Model. The model was designed to help organizations better understand how they were handling eDiscovery and how they can improve their processes and reduce costs over time. As the effects of the Great Recession were still being felt, corporate and organizational leaders were looking for ways to increase efficiency and reduce costs, and the eDiscovery Maturity Model helped outline a path for organizations to do just that. And then when the spotlight on data security began to grow even brighter, the impetus to truly take control of the organization’s data and eDiscovery process became even more important, and the model helped there, as well.
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