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New London, Conn. – Jan. 28, 2016 – QDiscovery, a leading provider of end-to-end eDiscovery services, today announced that they have become a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner. When paired with the extensive experience of QDiscovery’s legal consultants and project managers, the software offers a powerful solution to accelerate data analysis, processing, and production.
“We have always believed that fully integrated platforms are the most secure and efficient way to process, host and review. Whether our clients are working with Relativity 9.3 or Viewpoint, they have access to best-in-class technology that allows them to process and review faster, leverage advanced analytics, streamline workflows, and automate complex productions,” said David Barrett, CEO of QDiscovery.
New London, Conn. – Oct. 20, 2015 – QDiscovery LLC, a premier provider of electronic discovery and forensic technology services, today announced David Barrett as its new Chief Executive Officer. Barrett brings more than 20 years of experience in legal technology and eDiscovery, most recently as Vice President of National Sales for DTI, and has built a stellar track record throughout his career.
Barrett joins a team at QDiscovery that includes founder and eDiscovery veteran Matt McCormack, as well as a core group of project managers and operations specialists that have deep roots in eDiscovery since the early days of Daticon, where Barrett, McCormack and other QDiscovery team members first met.
By Jim Norman, Hamish Cohen, Inside Counsel
A significant new market now exists in which general counsel may purchase ESI (electronically stored information), litigation support and document review products and services from vendors other than traditional big law firms.
This market is need-driven by two forces: First, we live in the age of big data. As of 2011, we were creating 15 petabytes of data daily. Given that business-related data doubles every three years, this amount has likely grown by a factor of 100percent. Much of this data – 60-70 percent – consists of e-mails. The average corporate user receives well over 100 e-mails a day.