In this webinar we will show you how to:
We all know that ediscovery takes resources - time, money, effort. And to make a case for a new system or technology, you need a credible, measurable way to show the return on your investment (ROI) across those resources.
But performing an ROI analysis can be daunting, especially when it comes to legal technology. How do you predict your costs and resources when litigation, by nature, is hard to predict?
An ROI analysis is one of the most effective ways to build consensus and support for technology investments. And for those in large organizations, it can be the difference between a project being prioritized or put on indefinite hold.
In this session, we walk you through our proven methodology, validated by 3rd party researcher Hobson & Co. We show you how to assess your current resource costs, evaluate key areas for improvement, and calculate payback time for technology investments.
Jennifer is a technologist focused on strategy, customer experience, workflow, process improvement, and product in the legal tech industry. She has worked in software and technology for over a decade, and holds an M.A. in Strategic Communication. She currently leads Solutions Engineering at Zapproved, where she ensures product feature functionality and technical capabilities are designed and implemented in ways that solve real world problems. Jennifer is a speaker and content contributor on a variety of technology, data preservation and ediscovery issues, and is the Chair of the PREX Conference.
Ian is a Senior Enterprise Account Executive at Zapproved with more than six years of experience in legal technology, ediscovery process transformation, and SaaS software evaluation. A problem-solver at heart, he currently leads business growth for Zapproved in the Mid-West United States where he partners with Fortune 500 and Global 2000 organizations to identify ways of improving their in-house process for managing legal holds and eDiscovery with cloud-based technology. Ian received a Bachelor of Science (BS) from the University of Oregon.