Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Electronic discovery (more often known as e-discovery) refers to a data search, location and securing process for use as evidence in civil or criminal court. With the increasing use of computers and a growing amount of electronic information, the need for e-discovery services has grown exponentially during the past several years, and it is expected to further increase in the near future. In particular, legal services and corporations will demand industry services, bolstering growth.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
In general, business locations for technology-based industries tend to follow population densities and locate near economic hubs. E-discovery software developers follow this trend, so company locations and employee concentrations tend to be highest near major metropolitan areas. Port cities also tend to incur e-discovery needs, as firms with operations overseas may be liable for various regulatory oversights related to international trade. IBISWorld estimates that the West, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions contain this industry's highest geographical concentrations.
By far, the West region claims the majority of industry employees and business locations at an estimated 40.9%. In particular, California alone has the highest density of any US state... purchase to read more