IT.com Accepted into Williams Mullen Preferred E-Discovery Vendor Program
Washington, D.C., October 3, 2011 – IT.com, Inc., today announced that Williams Mullen, an AmLaw 200 firm providing comprehensive legal services to regional, national, and international business clients with offices in the U.S. and London, has accepted IT.com into its Preferred E-Discovery Vendor Program. As a result of IT.com's enrollment in the program, the Williams Mullen Electronic Discovery and Information Governance group (EDIG) will utilize and also provide IT.com's e-discovery and information governance technology and services to their clients.
"In fast-moving cases, the ability to quickly unearth key facts supporting a legal position is critical. EDIG's ‘facts first' approach to e-discovery, powered by IT.com, enables clients to quickly determine the merits of a case and act accordingly, often saving thousands of dollars and months of time," said Bennett Borden, EDIG Co-Chair. "I've seen nearly every e-discovery product in the market and IT.com provides the best solution to help our client assess cases early, efficiently review documents, and ultimately govern their information." Mr. Borden is a member of the steering committee for the Electronic Discovery Section of the District of Columbia Bar, as well as Chair of the Cloud Computing Drafting Group for The Sedona Conference. He is also Vice Chair of the Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee of the Science and Technology Law Section of the ABA.
IT.com has developed a new paradigm for Big Data analytics that discovers valuable intelligence within large amounts of unstructured information such as email, documents, and social streams. Unstructured information is 80% of an enterprise's information and growing 10-50x more than structured information. IT.com's solution analyzes, contextualizes, and visualizes unstructured information at large scale to derive a deep level of meaning and provide actionable insight for information governance and business intelligence. As a result, IT.com helps enterprises analyze Big Data to make intelligent business decisions and create intelligent repositories for information governance in all its iterations.
"E-discovery can be viewed as a Big Data problem and we are extremely excited to partner with Williams Mullen and the EDIG team," said Mark Cordover, CEO of IT.com. "EDIG's forward-thinking approach to e-discovery and information governance enables their clients to avoid many of the inefficiencies and costs associated with the traditional process."
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