Creating a chronology of events is often one of the first tasks in a litigation matter to understand the series of events that led to a claim being made. Chronologies become extremely long, and a critical aspect of the storytelling of a case. Being able to tie key documents, issues, and witnesses to items in the chronology is a critical aspect of litigation strategy. Electronic chronology solutions commonly allow for issues and witness tagging so that the chronology becomes an organic document linked to key evidence. End-to-end case management solutions typically include automated chronology development. This category includes only those that provide chronology support outside of more fulsome case management support.