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By Lighthouse

Published on Wed, September 19, 2012

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Lighthouse’s Brian McManus, Managing Partner, delivered the Gala Dinner Welcome address to an audience of ediscovery decision-makers and thought leaders attending the IQPC Information Governance & eDiscovery Strategy Exchange. Lighthouse sponsored the event which happens annually and attracts leading industry experts from around the ediscovery industry.

“I think I’m the only thing standing between you and dinner, including some enormous magnums of wine, a dangerous position in which to be…” quipped McManus before explaining how leveraging people, processes, and tools can save money on ediscovery costs.

“In addition to saving money, leveraging your existing resources in the ways I suggest will also help you build a strong foundation from which you can attack the issues that lie ahead in ediscovery.” McManus’ speech covered topics ranging from utilizing software engineers to automate repetitive processes to taking advantage of existing tools and software.

“I am amazed at how few companies and agencies get further embedded with the software company once they’ve purchased that company’s in–house tool.” McManus’ advice at the end of his speech was to “focus on the big three: people, processes, and tools.”

Lighthouse specializes in working with corporations to leverage their existing resources. To get a copy of the speech, or to work with us to leverage your existing resources, please contact info@lhediscovery.com.

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Lighthouse provides software and services to manage the increasingly complex landscape of enterprise data for compliance and legal teams. Lighthouse leads by developing proprietary technology that integrates with industry-leading third-party software, automating workflows, and creating an easy-to-use, end-to-end platform. Lighthouse also delivers unique proprietary applications and advisory services that are highly valuable for large, complex matters, and a new SaaS platform designed for in-house teams. Whether reacting to incidents like litigation or governmental investigations, or designing programs to proactively minimize the potential for future incidents, Lighthouse partners with multinational industry leaders, top global law firms, and the world’s leading software provider as a channel partner.