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GoldFynch Featured in the 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide

08-27-2019 02:22 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Mazira, LLC (DBA GoldFynch)

GoldFynch featured in the 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide

GoldFynch featured in the 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide

Released earlier this month, the 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide provides key comparison data to help law firms select innovative new eDiscovery products quickly and inexpensively. A review of GoldFynch, developed by Mazia, is included in the guide’s 3rd edition. The guide, a leading industry tool; was created for solo and small to mid-sized law firms and delivers detailed analysis of the primary categories of litigation support products and services.

The 2019 eDiscovery Guide ( includes new video highlight review summaries to help law firms select the eDiscovery products and service providers that best meet their budget and average case size. The guide, along with all video review content, is free to download online.

"We're excited to have been featured again this year in the eDiscovery Buyers Guide," said Anith Mathai, VP of Mazira. "Along with the growth we've seen over the last year, this affirms our approach of providing a no-nonsense, core set of easy-to-use eDiscovery tools, and up-front, transparent pricing; value for money and intuitiveness are often priorities for small law firms."

Watch GoldFynch's video review here:

“The landscape of eDiscovery solutions has changed. Small to mid-sized law firms have options no matter their size or volume of cases,” said Brett Burney, Principal of Burney Consultants and eDiscovery Buyers Guide author. “The 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide is a shoppers handbook designed to save time and resources and connect law firms with the best eDiscovery products to enhance their work.”

In addition to product reviews, the 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide includes contributions from leading legal professionals with hands-product and service experience. Each product and service provider included in the guide is carefully vetted to ensure suitability for small to mid-sized law firms.

“Our goal is to de-mystify the eDiscovery product landscape – from artificial intelligence and machine learning to cloud-based software solutions – the market is adding affordable new tools that enhance the day-to-day business of running a law firm at a rapid pace,” said Chelsey Lambert, Founder and CEO of Lex Tech Review and eDiscovery Buyers Guide author.

Anith Mathai,
Mazira, LLC,
136 S Dubuque Street,
Iowa City, IA 52240
United States of America

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About The eDiscovery Buyers Guide
The eDiscovery Buyers Guide is a leading industry resource providing detailed product and service reviews on innovative new eDiscovery tools, services, and costs. The guide’s annual updates include valuable insights from some of the leading legal professionals who have worked directly with the products and services.

The eDiscovery Buyers Guide is written by Brett Burney, Principal of Burney Consultants LLC, whose firm works to bridge the gap between technology and the legal field; and Chelsey Lambert, Founder and CEO of Lex Tech Review, who has served solo, small and mid-sized law firms for more than a decade, specializing in legal technologies.

About GoldFynch
GoldFynch is an eDiscovery web service that is entirely cloud-based. It offers users a simple interface where they can easily drag-and-drop files (like PDF, MS Office documents, pictures, emails, etc.) that GoldFynch automatically imports, processes, scans, and indexes. Entities such as people, places, and dates are automatically extracted, and images of text are converted to computer-recognizable, fully-searchable documents through the process of OCR. GoldFynch’s pricing is simple, transparent and upfront, and it is by far the most affordable eDiscovery platform. Access to the pricing, and to the service, is available on the website without the need for talking to sales or an RFP. Pricing is based on a case’s volume, and GoldFynch allows users to effortlessly scale case sizes.

About Mazira
Mazira is a software company that specializes in data transformation. Their original focus was on building custom software for small and medium companies to help manage a large number of documents. Since then they adapted their search engine and timeline technology to meet a growing need, especially in the local market, for easy-to-use, automated software that didn’t require installation and training for users or involve extended sales processes. This became their flagship eDiscovery product, GoldFynch (

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