McLean, VA – May 20, 2011 – ZyLAB, a leading eDiscovery and information management technology company, today announced that it was positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a “Visionary” among the 24 eDiscovery software vendors selected for inclusion in the firm’s inaugural “Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software” report.
ZyLAB’s position in the visionary quadrant is based upon Gartner’s analysis of the company’s ability to execute and its completeness of vision. ZyLAB has demonstrated its keen understanding of buyers’ wants and needs and the ability to translate that understanding into products and services.
“We believe ZyLAB’s recognition among the biggest players in the eDiscovery market is a solid testament to our strategy and the quality of our technology,” said Pieter Varkevisser, CEO of ZyLAB. “ZyLAB has meticulously applied its pioneering information search and retrieval software as the core of a modular eDiscovery system that has been proven in the largest corporate fraud investigations, the largest criminal case in US history, and the historic United Nations war crime tribunals.”
Over the last several quarters, ZyLAB has significantly increased its strategic investments to support the considerable growth in its eDiscovery operations in North America. “As revenue and market share are growing rapidly in the US, we have recruited renowned thought leaders and strategic advisors for our US team and we are very pleased to welcome several top AmLaw firms to our client portfolio,” continued Varkevisser.
ZyLAB is among an elite sub-group of vendors that fully addresses the left-side and right-side of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) as well as provides information management. The company’s long heritage in search and information retrieval has fueled its strengths in ECA, identification, collection, preservation, processing, review and production.
To learn more about ZyLAB’s eDiscovery and information management software and services, please visit www.zylab.com or call 1-866-995-2262 ext. 827.
 The Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software, by Debra Logan and John Bace, May 13, 2011
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