IDC MarketScape: Worldwide eDiscovery SaaS Review Software 2019 Vendor Assessment

Aug 26th, 2019

DISCO is positioned in the Leaders category in the 2019 IDC MarketScape for worldwide ediscovery SaaS review software vendor assessment.

DISCO is an agile SaaS-only ediscovery software company founded in Houston, Texas, in 2012. In the few years that DISCO has been around, the company has seen strong growth. DISCO supplements its software with a managed services arm that leverages its review solution.


Pricing: DISCO's pricing is a predictable all-inclusive model that provides per gigabyte pricing based on pre-expanded data. Customers can accurately predict spend per case
Self-service ingestion: DISCO can ingest and process up to 4TB of data per day remotely via a propriety ingestion tool. DISCO enables ediscovery professionals to quickly spin up large matters remotely with no external help.
Scalability: DISCO offers some of the reliable document load times in the industry even at peak capacity. DISCO often supports thousands of users and workspaces simultaneously with no latency.


Global reach: DISCO needs to increase its datacenter locations to be able to effectively compete on a global scale and battle data sovereignty requirements
Integrations with data sources: DISCO needs to develop more cloud-to-cloud connectors and integrations with data sources like O365 and SharePoint
Consider DISCO when
Consider DISCO when you want an enterprise-caliber application but that start-up feel. You are likely looking for an easy-to-use and seemingly lightweight application but with deep functionality. DISCO is a great choice for a growing company that is looking for a still-growing ediscovery software to grow with but without sacrificing functionality.


@IDC names DISCO a leader in the ediscovery SaaS space, describing "an easy-to-use and seemingly lightweight application but with deep functionality." Read the full report:
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