NEW YORK, NY – June 10, 2013
Stroz Friedberg, a global investigations, intelligence, and risk services firm, today announced it has earned a position on the Gartner 2013 Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software. In its first appearance on the Magic Quadrant, the company placed among the Niche Players. Stroz Friedberg is known for its broad industry knowledge, vast investigative and legal expertise, and innovative software offerings among its corporate and law firm e-discovery clients.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software, published June 10, 2013, analyses e-discovery software providers and evaluates them based on their “ability to execute” and the “completeness of vision” of the companies’ strategies. Launched in 2011, the report also appraises the challenges, trends, and prospects of the e-discovery industry.
“Stroz Friedberg is proud of the high quality of talent and innovative technology supporting our e-discovery services,” said John Curran, Executive Managing Director and leader of the Stroz Friedberg Data Discovery practice. “We believe the recognition from Gartner is a significant indicator of the strong work our team provides and the promise of the company’s capabilities, which we continue to innovate.” Stroz Friedberg earned its place in the market as a leading investigations firm by combining a suite of analytics capabilities with vast legal experience—elements critical to a successful e-discovery service offering. With ten advanced digital forensics laboratories throughout the United States and United Kingdom, Stroz Friedberg employs highly trained experts to identify, preserve, and maintain data relevant for investigations, and its e-discovery services are enhanced by its broad, cross-discipline expertise.
“E-discovery is at a critical point, as data has multiplied at an unprecedented pace and investigations grow more complex,” said Ed Stroz, Co-President of Stroz Friedberg. “With more information to sort through than ever before, Stroz Friedberg prides itself on cost and time efficient investigations, using trusted experts to help clients establish good faith compliance with all of their e-discovery obligations.”
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