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EDT is case management software for e-discovery, litigation and investigations. It integrates data processing, analysis, review and production features and can even be used to prepare for and present in court.  Read about our software features.
EDT was founded in Australia over a decade ago and has expanded internationally since then. Today, many international law firms, corporations and service providers use EDT software as a complete end-to-end solution or for processing and Early Case Analysis alongside their third party review platforms.  We recently expanded into North America and our software is now available in the USA and Canada. 
We think e-discovery has become over-engineered, expensive and ineffective. Our software simplifies the process and delivers better outcomes more cost effectively than traditional approaches. Find out how.
EDT Software can be deployed anywhere. On Premises. Hosted. Cloud. Even on a laptop. Read about deployment options.  

 

 

FLEXIBLE DEPLOYMENT

 

EDT can be deployed on your network on hardware you own and manage.

Our partners offer EDT as a hosted solution on a case by case basis.

Our whole platform can be deployed on a laptop so you can manage your entire case on location where the data resides.

edt.BLUE can be deployed globally in any cloud of your choice.

INGEST

Ingest large volumes of data. Fast.

ANALYZE

Analyze data and check proportionality.

REVIEW

Review & Classify documents.


PRODUCE

Produce document exports fast, anytime during the case.

PRESENT

Present documents in a Court proven platform.

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