QDiscovery Acquires Boston-Based eDiscovery Provider Evidox
QDiscovery, a leading eDiscovery solutions provider announced the acquisition of a Boston-based eDiscovery provider, Evidox. QDiscovery places itself in the market with new innovative approaches through services like QMobile and QPrivAlert. With the acquisition, QDiscovery broadens the company’s expertise across its core offerings. QDiscovery’s team gets a hoard of certified attorneys and high performing project manager increasing their bench strength across all services.
Evidox’s guiding philosophy is that eDiscovery is not a technical issue; it is a legal issue with a technical solution. Supervising attorneys handle the questions of scope and cost, not the technicians. Technology is not the driving force of the legal process; it serves the legal process. This philosophy is in line with QDiscovery’s laser focus customer service, powered by technology, to resolve unique eDiscovery and digital forensic challenges. Evidox emphasizes the importance of joining forces with QDiscovery, and they are ready to contribute to the innovation-driven company. Their clients will enjoy the benefits from the collaborative and innovative services as they join QDiscovery. Both the companies will continue their operations under their name while all Evidox employees will remain with the company, including Dana Conneally and Jim Berriman continuing to lead the Evidox team.
QDiscovery, on the other hand, provides services to corporations and law firms, to uncover the truth that lies in the data. With its range of tools and depth of experience QDiscovery has the expertise and capabilities to assist or take the lead on departed employee investigations, trade secrets misappropriations, data breach incident response, government inquiries, and other internal investigations involving electronically stored information (ESI). IT professionals and lawyers alike rely on QDiscovery to ensure investigations are conducted in a defensible manner, while allowing clients' IT professionals to stay focused on business priorities. Working with the client, QDiscovery determines investigation objectives and develops strategies to accomplish them. An early goal of all investigations is determining the scope of the breach or exposure and developing a comprehensive assessment of what information was accessed and how it was moved or used.
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