Our Partners

FRONTEO carefully selects technology partners to provide best-in-class complementary solutions, and affiliates with key associations that provide meaningful education and advance industry methodologies.

Relativity

kCura develops web-based e-discovery applications for managing large volumes of electronic evidence during litigation or investigations. Relativity is the industry-leading comprehensive e-discovery solution for identifying, analyzing, reviewing and producing electronic data. FRONTEO is a Relativity Best in Service Orange Partner.

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Nuix

Nuix protects, informs, and empowers society in the knowledge age. Leading organizations around the world turn to Nuix when they need fast, accurate answers for investigation, cybersecurity incident response, insider threats, litigation, regulation, privacy, risk management, and other essential challenges.

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EnCase

The powerful and efficient features of EnCase Forensic have made it the trusted standard in corporate and criminal investigations, as well as in courts around the world. No other product offers the same degree of functionality, court acceptance, and performance.

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IPRO

Ipro is a global leader in the development of advanced software solutions used by legal professionals to streamline the discovery process. As an industry pioneer, Ipro combines decades of innovation to deliver high performance software that reduces the cost and complexity of eDiscovery.

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FTK

FTK is a court-cited digital investigations platform built for speed, stability and ease of use. It provides comprehensive processing and indexing up front, so filtering and searching is faster than with any other product. This means you can “zero-in” on the relevant evidence quickly, dramatically increasing your analysis speed.

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Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)

The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) serves the professional needs of in-house counsel and is the premier source for information, resources, networking opportunities, and education for the in-house legal practitioner. ACC has members in over 10,000 organizations in more than 80 countries.

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Women in eDiscovery

Women in eDiscovery (WiE) is a vibrant organization that provides educational opportunities regarding technology in the legal industry to its members. The organization offers networking and leadership avenues, promotes personal and professional growth of women, and donates mentoring and charitable contributions to its communities. WiE is comprised of professionals within the legal industry including attorneys, litigation support professionals, paralegals, legal IT staff, court reporters, consultants, recruiters and vendors.

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ILTA

ILTA is an International volunteer-led, staff-managed association with a focus on premiership. ILTA aims to educate members and connect them with peers to support work in the legal sector. While there is a strong focus on technology, offerings support professionals of every stripe in law firms, corporate, and government legal operations.

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ACEDS

The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) is a member organization for professionals in the private and public sectors who work in the field of eDiscovery. ACEDS is building a community of e-discovery specialists for the exchange of ideas, guidance, training and best practices, and offers e-discovery certification.

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ARMA International

The mission of ARMA International is to provide professionals the resources, tools, and training they need to effectively manage records and information within an established information governance framework. ARMA is a not-for-profit association whose members include records managers, information governance professionals, legal professionals, IT, and consultants from a wide variety of industries and more than 30 countries around the globe.

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The Sedona Conference

The Sedona Conference® Working Group SeriesSM was established to pursue in-depth study of tipping point issues in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights, with the goal of producing high-quality, non-partisan commentary and guidance of immediate, practical benefit to the bench and bar.

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eDisclosure Information Project

The primary aim of the eDisclosure Information Project is to promote the use of technology in eDiscovery / eDisclosure and to “translate” between courts, lawyers, clients and eDiscovery providers, who all have different ideas about managing the process of discovery and different skills to bring to it.

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