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EMC acquires eDiscovery firm Kazeon Systems

by | Sep 9, 2009

Kazeon Systems will add eDiscovery to EMC''s enterprise content management servicesEMC Corporation, a leading information infrastructure technology provider, announced this week that it has acquired privately held eDiscovery software provider Kazeon Systems.

EMC, which makes the popular enterprise content management software Documentum, announced that the transaction is expected to close by the third quarter of 2009.

Kazeon specializes in eDiscovery solutions specifically for corporations, legal service providers, government entities and law firms. Its addition to the EMC SourceOne suite will add modular eDiscovery, archiving and compliance to the EMC solution offerings.

"Organizations can save significant money by intelligently indexing and finding just the relevant information, and then collecting it in forensically sound and secure ways, all in-house," said Andrew Cohen, vice president and general manager of EMC”s eDiscovery business. "With the addition of Kazeon to the EMC SourceOne family, we will be able to offer our customers tremendous functionality, saving them money, reducing risk, avoiding unnecessary legal fines and enabling them to deploy a true information governance and eDiscovery strategy."

EMC”s enterprise content management solutions have been in high demand even as IT departments are cutting back on budgets – the company recently reported a second quarter revenue growth of 3 percent to $3.26 billion.ADNFCR-1861-ID-19347728-ADNFCR