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Kazeon Extends E-Discovery Review, Analysis

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Kazeon Systems, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent eDiscovery solutions, announced the extension of their in-house eDiscovery platform for enterprise customers in the areas of eDiscovery analysis, content analytics, first-pass review and in-house review capabilities, further cementing their leadership in the eDiscovery software market. Kazeons unique end-to-end eDiscovery capabilities have been validated by enterprise customers, industry analysts and legal discovery service providers alike, and provide the best solution to fulfill all in-house eDiscovery needs.

Kazeon’s pioneering in-house and in-place analysis and review, and early case assessment functionality provide global enterprises with offices across different countries or many locations without data being transferred outside the enterprise or country. Kazeon’s highly scalable, distributed and collaborative analysis and review platform handles small or large legal cases, allowing multiple reviewers, such as in-house legal professionals, law firms and external reviewers, to collaborate in a high throughput fashion.

By leveraging these capabilities, enterprise customers can significantly reduce costs because documents are not required to be sent outside the enterprise, thereby eliminating any hidden costs involved in migrating the data and in external hosting.

“Kazeon’s focus on key enterprise use cases such as end-to-end eDiscovery, Analysis & Review, Early Case Assessments and first-pass review have resulted in their development of innovative and revolutionary in-house eDiscovery capabilities,” said Christine Taylor, Taneja Group. “Their unique ability to perform all key functions across the EDRM framework positions them as a strong, leading eDiscovery software vendor.”

Kazeon Systems Inc.