Find the Stories Hidden in Your Data
Leveraging industry-leading analytics solutions designed to address the challenges of today’s data-heavy investigations, regulatory enforcement and compliance matters, and complex litigation



We support every phase of the EDRM from information governance to review, analysis and production. 

What makes Exiger eDiscovery different from other solutions?

Our organizational commitment to an analytics-first approach is unique within the industry

Analytics Professionals

At Exiger, our innovative analytics-first approach delivers critical insights to our clients faster than ever before.

Extracting the most important meaning from volumes of complex data presents enormous challenges when companies rely solely on teams of contract reviewers. Information overload, time pressure and budget constraints make it difficult to be both effective and efficient

Powered by AI, our unique approach connects data elements, visualizes the big picture, and creates customized models to drive your most important decisions. . . no armies required.

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Case Studies

Preparing for Technology-Assisted DSARs

GDPR + CCPA compliance costs will continue to soar in 2020 and over the next 5 years. Now is the time to consider technology before poor manual approaches have become embedded.

Anti-Trust Litigation

When a large multinational bank faces allegations of price fixing in the bond market, Exiger steps in to review.

Bribery and Bid-Rigging Investigation

Exiger introduces an AI-driven approach to investigating a whistleblower's complaint in regards to an It company's senior employees engaging in potential bribery.

Rogue Trader

Exiger assists with a hedge fund's internal investigation after they self-report a rogue trader manipulating the value of their positions in order to inflate his commissions.

Sanctions Evasions

A foreign bank customer’s scheme attracts the attention of both the DOJ and OFAC, causing them to focus on the bank and require an internal investigation headed by Exiger.