Subscription Data Management Services
When do they Make Business Sense for Corporations?
Occurred on Thursday, May 11, 2017 | 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. EDT
It’s no secret that the amount of data corporations are required to manage continues to rise at an exponential rate. With this of course comes a raise in the cost of managing that data and discovering it when litigation hits. As such, corporations are looking for other options beyond an á la carte model of paying for these services.
Enter subscription based data management services, which give corporations the ability to manage complex pricing structures with an organized, customizable process that provides cost certainty, budget predictability and the ability to select services throughout the Electronic Discovery Reference Model and the entire litigation lifecycle.
This one-hour complimentary webinar will cover:
- History of the subscription pricing model
- Subscription or á la carte? A comparison of pricing structures
- Top 10 reasons subscription pricing makes sense
- Corporate perspective
Panelists will include Julie Richer from American Electric Power (AEP) and Todd Haley from eTERA Consulting.
Julie Richer, Legal Operations and Discovery Manager, AEP
Julie Richer is the Legal Operations and Discovery Manager at American Electric Power (AEP) in Columbus, Ohio, an electric utility company with 18,000 employees across 11 states. Julie manages discovery processes such as data collection and processing, legal hold, case strategy as well as document review activities. Julie also manages the Legal Operations team responsible for invoicing, reporting, vendor management, process improvement, knowledge management, application implementation, adoption and support.
Todd Haley, Vice President of Strategic Solutions, eTERA
Todd Haley serves as the Vice President of Strategic Solutions at eTERA. He consults on eTERA’s Client Delivery System (CDS) team and all processes, procedures and reports necessary to ensure the handling of all client eDiscovery and data management projects. Todd brings his experience as Chief Technology Officer, directing both IT and litigation support in a nationally recognized consulting firm to the forefront.