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Founded in 2001, Driven quickly emerged as a technology leader in the eDiscovery space due to its ability to overcome the challenges of working with large and complex data sources. Products in the market at that time were simply not designed to support the growing data volumes and complexity as the eDiscovery space expanded.
A technology company at its core, Driven was able to engineer solutions to challenges not addressed by commercially-available products. With the focus on further maximizing efficiency, flexibility, scalability, and automation in eDiscovery, Driven developed the ONE Platform and introduced it in 2008.
ONE eDiscovery Platform
Driven’s flagship product, ONE is a complete eDiscovery Platform that seamlessly integrates litigation readiness, early case assessment, data processing, analytics, review and production into one robust, user-friendly application.
With technology so advanced it fades into the background, clients see only the advantages it provides. These advantages include data volume reduction, efficient workflow management, more targeted document review, flexible cost structure, and centralized data security. ONE’s ability to handle complex challenges within a single platform, with a seamless user experience, continues to define eDiscovery’s best practices.
Driven Enhances eDiscovery
To enhance the ONE eDiscovery Platform, Driven’s service teams are dedicated to assisting customers in every phase of eDiscovery, including computer forensics, data processing, managed review, customer support, and consulting.
Driven also demonstrates excellence to customers in three distinct areas: software engineering, consulting, and services. This enables customers to interface with one firm for all their eDiscovery needs.
As an early pioneer in eDiscovery, Driven successfully automated the processing of common and complex data types, including Lotus Notes, Bloomberg, AOL, Open/Star Office, GroupWise, Thunderbird, Linux/Unix, and Apple. Driven’s future is focused on continual improvement of the eDiscovery process to further reduce the time and effort required to prepare, review, and produce electronically-stored information while bridging the gap between eDiscovery and data management.