New White Paper: End-to-End eDiscovery with LEADTOOLS Document Imaging

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Have you ever traveled to a document imaging trade show but not heard of eDiscovery? What about Enterprise Content Management (ECM)? Yeah, didn’t think so. These are two of the biggest end-goals in the industry. ECM and eDiscovery aren’t necessarily all that new, but it’s becoming increasingly important to implement due to the continuing transition into a digital age. Businesses, especially large corporations, have a massive amount of electronically stored information (ESI) that they would be wise to retain for future possible legal ramifications, so the stakes are high.

Thankfully, developing comprehensive solutions and workflows for eDiscovery is no longer a pipe dream, especially with LEADTOOLS. eDiscovery requires a massive combination of document imaging technologies like scanning, OCR, PDF, and annotations. LEADTOOLS covers those popular bases but also includes many other technologies that set it apart as an optimal SDK choice for an industry that thrives on accuracy and thoroughness.

The following white paper gives a brief overview of eDiscovery and highlights all of the major LEADTOOLS features for creating document imaging solutions that stand above the competition.

End-to-End eDiscovery with LEADTOOLS Document Imaging
When it comes to change, the desire for efficiency is surely at or near the top of the list of reasons. Some processes and industries are harder to change, especially those that have been around for a long time. Court systems in many countries are one of the oldest and most well established processes to ensure all-around fairness, even if it must sacrifice expediency. Thankfully, the legal industry has taken major strides towards adapting to the digital age with the evolution of eDiscovery and document imaging.


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