eDiscovery Software

Best eDiscovery Software include:

DISCO Ediscovery, Logikcull, Relativity, Nuix Discover, Nextpoint, Thomson Reuters eDiscovery Point (discontinued), AccessData Summation, from Exterro, Everlaw, Reveal Review and Proofpoint Discovery.

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DISCO Ediscovery

DISCO is a legal technology company that applies artificial intelligence and cloud computing to legal problems to help lawyers and legal teams improve outcomes for their clients. The vendor states corporate legal departments, law firms, and government agencies around the world use…


Data is often not information, but noise. It’s multiplying and it’s all discoverable. So Logikcull, from Reveal, is designed to automatically organize and cull the noise. This is to help legal & IT teams quickly find and preserve the signal, and meet their deadlines. Logikcull boasts…


Relativity (formerly kCura) is a data e-discovery solution supporting litigation, government inquires, internal investigations and data governance policies within a secure cloud platform, from the company of the same name headquartered in Chicago.

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Proofpoint Intelligent Compliance

Launched in August, 2022 and replacing Proofpoint Archiving and Compliance, Proofpoint's Intelligent Compliance Platform offers enterprises regulatory compliance safeguards while simplifying corporate legal protection practices. The platform offers AI-powered collection, classification,…


Nextpoint headquartered in Chicago offers their eDiscovery solution, a cloud-based discovery software available with both free and subscription based service levels.


Everlaw is a collaborative, cloud-based litigation platform for corporate counsels, litigators and government attorneys from the company of the same name in Oakland. It enables teams to discover, illuminate, and act on information to better drive internal investigations and positively…


Hanzo, headquartered in the UK, supports ediscovery with their web content and social media scraping and archiving tool, supporting authentic, in-context data collection from online sources and databases.

Nuix Discover

Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail) is a presented by the vendor as an end-to-end eDiscovery tool with visual analytics and visual document review features. The former Ringtail was acquired by Nuix in late 2018 from FTI Consulting.

CloudNine Concordance

CloudNine in Houston offers the eponymous CloudNine Concordance, an ediscovery solution designed to search large volumes of documents, fast. CloudNine acquired the ediscovery technology from LexisNexis in 2018, and now supports the solution.

Reveal Live EDA

Reveal's Live EDA (based on the Live EDA product by Ipro, which was acquired by Reveal) provides in-place search and review of live data, along with in-place analytics. The product's proactive risk scanning uncovers risk across the organization caused by sensitive information or…

IBM StoredIQ Suite

IBM provides eDiscovery for enterprise data (structured or unstructured), electronic documents, and policy automation with the IBM StoredIQ Suite, featuring powerful search, in-place data management capability, and analytics which conform to and check against policy rules (e.g. GDPR)…

Digital WarRoom

The vendor states they enable users to process, review, and produce electronic documents for under $10/GB/Month. Digital WarRoom includes features needed for eDiscovery. A hosted subscription includes 1 month of training from Senior eDiscovery professionals who can demonstrate the…

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iCONECT is a team of problem solvers who with the goal of simplifying customers' data, focus on four primary pillars – Legal, Government, Data Governance, and Incident Response Data Mining – relying on a single underlying platform and providing support services to clients in any…

Knovos Discovery

Knovos Discovery is an eDiscovery solution. Knovos’ end-to-end solution covers the entire litigation life cycle — from processing, early case assessment, review to production. Its built-in analytics engine enables deep, multidimensional analysis for a 360-degree view of data.

PwC Matter Now

Powered by AI and machine learning, Matter Now from PwC provides end-to-end eDiscovery process automations. The vendor states users can leverage flexible options to centralize and control data, manage risk and maintain productivity. Boasting user-friendly visualizations, the solution…

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Xact Data Discovery (XDD) offers BlackBar, an Excel Native Redaction Tool for ediscovery.

XEDD Processing Tool

Xact Data Discovery (XDD) offers the XEDD Processing Tool, a raw data processing engine for ediscovery.

DXC Legal Solutions Suite

DXC Technologies offers the DXC Legal Solutions Suite, a legal billing and expenses management application that combines budgeting with DXC eDiscovery, an e-discovery application designed to support document review with content analytics and security.

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Congruity360's eDiscovery suite aims to enable end-to-end litigation readiness by arming legal teams with the tools and relevant data to effectively perform eDiscovery in-house. The suite delivers a seamless eDiscovery workflow for legal holds, preservation, early case assessment,…

Epiq DMX (DocuMatrix)

Epiq’s proprietary DMX software is a processing, review, production and discovery management platform that facilitates early case assessment, scalable processing, and the review and production of eDiscovery data.The DMX platform is designed to equip users with essential discovery…

KLDiscovery Remote Collection Manager (RCMgr)

KLDiscovery offers the Remote Collection Manager (RCMgr), an application for remote forensics and data collection featuring encrypted data retrieval, detailed audit log, and secure transmission of data to lab for analysis.

KLDiscovery Relativity

KLDiscovery offers Relativity, an ediscovery software solution.

KLDiscovery Nebula Private Cloud (NPC)

KLDiscovery offers the Nebula Private Cloud (NPC), a forensics and ediscovery compliance appliance designed to filter and review discovery data securely on-site, consistent with local regulations.

CloudNine Explore

CloudNine Explore is an ediscovery application designed to allow users to investigate issues, assess risk, confirm compliance and begin early case assessment quickly and easily. The product is evolution of the former Early Data Analyzer (EDA) from LexisNexis, acquired in 2018. CloudNine…

Rational Review

Rational Review is a cloud-optimised eDiscovery repository to streamline the eDiscovery process, with a dedicated client services team to back it up. Rational Review was created by a litigator to be used by lawyers. It utilises a proprietary review platform, which the vendor states…

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What is eDiscovery Software?

eDiscovery Software, or electronic discovery, allows users in government and law firms to find and provide electronic information in response to a request for production during a lawsuit or investigation. This includes, but is not limited to:
  • Emails
  • Documents
  • Presentations
  • Databases
  • Voicemail messages
  • Other audio/video files
  • Social media content
  • Websites
eDiscovery software is basically a tool for reviewing documents, keeping track of open cases, and managing litigation workflows.

Beyond the information stored in the files themselves, eDiscovery software also preserves metadata, like time and date stamps, authorship information, and file properties, which is often important evidence.

By using eDiscovery software to store and provide electronically stored information (or ESI), users can ensure that data is secure and that ESI will not be tampered with, and provide a record of security to prevent accusations of foul play, particularly around metadata.

In addition to the technical document storage and security features, eDiscovery software usually includes end-user capabilities for easily finding documents, finding facts within documents, and tracking the status of materials required for various open cases.

eDiscovery Software Features & Capabilities

Many products offer a set of basic features that focus on powerful search, with an emphasis on accuracy:

  • AI quality control
  • Added security features
  • Auto-redaction
  • Cloud data storage integration
  • Culling intelligence
  • Deduplication
  • Document review
  • Metadata extraction
  • OCR
  • Tagging
  • Templates
  • User reporting

eDiscovery Software Comparison

To compare different eDiscovery solutions, consider these factors for each product offering:

Buying Committee Approval: The various aspects of eDiscovery software tend to have different stakeholders. Make sure everyone at your organization with interest in eDiscovery software and it being used should have a role in your purchase decision-making process. For example, include members of your organization’s legal leadership, security, procurement team, IT, and various associates, partners, and attorneys.

Security Measures: Given its client-centric nature, eDiscovery software has higher security standards than many software categories. While it seems like a given, you will want to make sure that even your clients have faith in the eDiscovery software that you use.

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Affordability for eDiscovery software is largely contingent on the sizes of the databases you’ll be analyzing. Some software is billed by individual features such as data hosted, translation services, or even exporting. Here, pricing can start as low as $.40 per GB and will typically allow unlimited users. Other software might be billed based on the number of users and typically provide standard features such as granular search, metadata extraction, and custom user permissions. These start around $250 for about 2 users. These plans may be more suitable for smaller firms or enterprises with a larger budget (if purchasing a license for every 2 users is financially feasible). One other caveat to this pricing plan is that additional feature is typically available, but for an added cost.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is eDiscovery important?

As the amount of data stored digitally increases, the need for software that can analyze it for record-keeping purposes--and in the case of eDiscovery software--legal purposes, rises.

eDiscovery software steps in to make the jobs of legal teams easier. However, it also creates the need for user awareness about just how available to legal litigation their digital records are.

What is an eDiscovery Analyst?

An eDiscovery Analyst is an increasingly common role at law firms, that typically heavily utilizes eDiscovery software at its core. eDiscovery analysts manage the development of defensible processes for preserving, collecting, processing, and presenting digitally-stored information.

What is eDiscovery software?

To put it short: eDiscovery software enables electronic discovery. What's electronic discovery? Electronic discovery refers to discovery, or obtaining evidence, in legal proceedings where the information needed is in electronic format (often referred to as electronically stored information or ESI).