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  • Vound, a leading global provider of forensic, eDiscovery, and early case assessment technologies, announces it has been selected to present, “Intella 2.1: Investigation + eDiscovery in a Cost-Effective Platform” at the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference on Tuesday, September 19th at 3:15pm. The session will be led by Regional Sales Manager, Marlene Kinnaird. Vound will exhibit at booth #303 during the conference, September 18th – 20th, at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk.
  • Vound, a leading global provider of eDiscovery, forensic search, and early case assessment technologies, Intella, announces a strategic technology partnership and integration with ABBYY, the leading global provider of document recognition, content capture and language-based technologies and solutions. The strategic partnership is expected to deliver significant benefits to Intella customers worldwide, who can now enjoy unlimited OCR functionality delivered by ABBYY’s top-of-the-line OCR technology, embedded directly into the Intella platform at no additional cost for customers.
  • Vound, a leading global provider of eDiscovery, forensic search, and early case assessment technologies, Intella, announces it will release Intella 2.1 and web-enabled Intella Connect 2.1 at ILTACON, held August 13- 17th at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Intella fuses eDiscovery, forensic search and analytics features into a unified, end-to- end digital investigation platform. The release of Intella 2.1 includes a new, integrated OCR engine (ABBYY FineReader) that allows users to OCR items directly within Intella and requires no additional software or license. Intella 2.1 also features identities modeling, email threading, and iTunes backup indexing across multiple devices. Vound will demonstrate Intella 2.1 at booth #425.
  • Vound, announces International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) keynote speaker, Robert Aboumitri, Criminal Intelligence Analysis Manager for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and decorated investigator, will lead the conference educational sessions on Wednesday, June 21st, discussing, “Leveraging Data to Inform and Advance Investigations.” Aboumitri will demonstrate Vound’s Intella as a core investigatory platform in conjunction with the session.
  • Vound, announces it will preview Intella 2.1 and web-enabled Intella Connect 2.1 at Techno Security& Digital Forensics Conference, booth #413, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 4th-7th. Intella range of solutions fuses forensic search, analytics and eDiscovery features into a unified, end-to-end digital investigation platform and, therefore, eliminates the need for multiple tools to be deployed to enable world class results. Significant new features of Intella 2.1 to be previewed during Techno Security include: Identities, integrated/unlimited OCR functionality, email threading, and iTunes backup indexing across multiple devices.
  • Vound, today announces the appointment of John Hirsch as Regional Sales Manager to lead sales for US government segments, western US and Asia regions. John is a highly-regarded publishing industry veteran with more than 20 years of global experience in publishing and business development of advanced technologies for computer and mobile forensics, covert communications and covert surveillance. His breadth and depth of experience are uniquely suited to facilitate accelerating demand across sectors for Vound's Intella suite of eDiscovery solutions.
  • A Guide to Four Technologies Disrupting Legal Tech Featured in InsideCounsel October 21, 2016
    With information coming in new electronic formats and increasing in volume beyond the control of any single practitioner, the days where technology was an option rather than requisite are long over. Legaltech News staff writer, Ian Lopez, includes Intella 2.0 in his roundup of disruptive technology and highlights cryptocurrency detection capabilities of Intella 2.0.
  • Vound's Updated Intella Platform Focuses on Bitcoin Detection Featured in Legaltech News October 14, 2016
    Gabrielle Orum Hernández, Legaltech News staff writer, covers the release of Intella 2.0, noting the 2.0 iteration of Intella features bitcoin detection software and expanded cloud sourcing bitcoin detection - not a typical feature of most eDiscovery management platforms, but notes that law enforcement groups are increasingly looking for these kinds of functionality from eDiscovery tools.
  • Leading global vendor of eDiscovery, forensic search, and early case assessment technologies, Vound, announces it has released Intella 2.0 of the flagship Intella range of comprehensive eDiscovery and digital investigation software solutions, as well as the web-enabled, Intella Connect 2.0. The new releases substantially expand Intella's feature set to include innovative Bitcoin crypto currency detection, several leading cloud sources - Dropbox, Office 365 (incl. OneDrive), SharePoint, and Gmail - skin tone analysis, restructured UX, and significantly improved search result times within the same cost-effective platform.
  • eDiscovery & digital investigation practitioners are invited to attend this information session followed by refreshments and appetizers.
    • Learn how Intella can be used most effectively for mitigating the risks faced by legal teams and investigators today.
    • Get a sneak peak at the Intella Roadmap with an opportunity to provide input into upcoming product enhancements.
  • Leading global vendor of eDiscovery and digital investigations software, Vound, has been nominated as Best End-to-End eDiscovery Provider in the National Law Journal's '2015 Best of NLJ' readers choice survey.
  • Intella selected by U.S. federal agency to assist in the analysis of large-scale, digital investigations and Early Case Assessment (ECA).
  • Global provider of forensic search technologies, Vound, announces new version releases of Intella and Intella Connect packed with feature enhancements and delivering market leading indexing speeds.
  • Sky News recently aired a video reporting on bribery claims between Qatar's Soccer World Cup committee and FIFA. The video opens by showing Intella's visual cluster map being used for search and eDiscovery on the case, illustrating that even the biggest cases don't need million dollar software to find the smoking gun (the version they are using cost US$4500). Watch the video on the left of the screen.
  • Leading global vendor of forensic search technologies, Vound, has released a new version of the flagship Intella range of eDiscovery and digital investigation software. The new releases contain a raft of new features designed to even further reduce the amount of time and money Intella customers spend on eDiscovery, investigations and audits.
  • The HTCIA conference always plays a key roll in ensuring that Intella meets the distinctive needs of the wide range of investigations undertaken by local and international HTCIA members.
  • The International Legal Technology Association Conference: ILTA 2013 (August 18-22, Las Vegas) is an important knowledge-sharing event for Vound.
  • Intella's powerful visual search and review platform can now be delivered via a web browser. Multiple users can access and share data, plus add comments, from anywhere, anytime.
  • Email is often seen as a job for forensic specialists because of the additional challenges in converting and modeling this type of data. This article focuses on a small number of techniques for the processing and analysis of email data that can be adopted by the crime or intelligence analyst. The tool of choice is Intella. Intella can not only identify and interrogate the text content of an email, but all metadata, binary content, encrypted items and various attachment types.
  • "The team at Vound looks forward to the CEIC event every year where security experts gather to network with colleagues from around the world and learn about the latest investigative techniques at one of the largest digital-investigation conferences globally", said Mr. Peter Mercer, CTO, Vound LLC.
  • Managing Director and Founder, Peter Mercer, discusses the growth in user-created data, the trend of law enforcement technologies being adapted to eDiscovery, and the increased focus on productivity, which Mercer noted is driving the adoption of this technology. He predicts that the rise in cloud adoption and the interest in reviewing data more simply will help to transform the forensic and eDiscovery industry in 2013.
  • eDiscovery software vendor Vound is taking a different approach, offering low-cost, do-it-yourself eDiscovery processing and ECA.

Events

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Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in Texas

Hyatt Regency, San Antonio, TX
September 18 - 20, 2017

The Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference is one of the most important resources for corporate network security professionals including federal, state and local law enforcement digital forensic specialists, corporate and private forensic examiners and industry leaders from the US and around the world.

This additional location in for Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference allows regional attendees to gain all the knowledge, networking, etc. that the event provides to the cybersecurity/digital forensics industry.

Evaluating forensic and eDiscovery solutions at Techno Security in Texas? Meet with Vound leadership and learn why our Intella suite of eDiscovery and digital investigation software is used by the world’s best-known enterprises, banks, law enforcement and government agencies for Human Resources, Legal and Compliance matters.

 Request a meeting with a Vound representative during Techno Security in Texas, by contacting us via this form.

Learn more about Techno Security

High Technology Crime Investigation Association Conference

Anaheim Marriott
October 1 - 4, 2017

The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) is one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious high tech crimes non-profit organizations in existence today. HTCIA’s primary focus is to encourage, promote, aid and affect the voluntary interchange of data, information, experience, ideas and knowledge about methods, processes, and techniques relating to high tech crimes.

Evaluating eDiscovery solutions at HTCIA Conference? Meet with Vound leadership and learn why our Intella suite of eDiscovery and digital investigation software is used by the world’s best-known enterprises, banks, law enforcement and government agencies for Human Resources, Legal and Compliance matters.

 Request a meeting with a Vound representative during HTCIA by contacting us via this form.

Learn more about HTCIA

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Careers

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Current job openings:

  • Intella Sales rep

Experienced Forensic Software / Legal Salesperson, EU or U.S. based.

Company Description

Vound's innovative email investigation and eDiscovery software is quickly becoming the preferred tool for enterprise, professional services firms, law enforcement, government agencies, and law firms worldwide.

Intuitive and easy to learn and use, Vound's flagship product, Intella, is ideally suited for both simple and complex eDiscovery and digital investigations. Intella is in use in 22 countries across five continents. It has practical applications such as:

  • eDiscovery preparation
  • Investigating improper email usage
  • Uncovering inappropriate images
  • Disclosing intellectual property theft

The result of more than five years of development, Vound's technology reflects a unique combination of eDiscovery, enterprise search and digital forensics experience and knowledge. Vound is U.S. based and has operations in Australia and The Netherlands.

Job Description

Vound is looking for an experienced salesperson Europe, or the United States, to sell Intella, our email search and eDiscovery tool. This is a great opportunity to work with a team selling a fantastic range of products.

Vound, LLC, the developers of Intella software, is an emerging forensics and eDiscovery company specializing in software to process, search, filter and produce email and other data. Intella is used for Litigation Support, Electronic Discovery, Searching Email and other data, as well as Document Services and Incident Response. We are a company that is growing significantly across the world.

For our opening as a salesperson we are looking for an individual who is determined, focused and results driven. Your prime objective will be to grow sales of our products in Europe. The position is a non-managerial role and would suit a person with 3 to 10 years of experience in software sales.

Desired Skills & Experience

Your duties will include the following:

  • Generating leads and win clients from all countries in the EU, or within the U.S.
  • Reaching and exceeding agreed revenue and sales targets
  • Providing direct support to business development and marketing in your territory
  • Involvement in tradeshows, presentations, and other key marketing activities

This role is suitable to an individual who is looking for career growth within their role.

To apply for this role you must:

  • Be skilled in software sales
  • Be an order maker, not and order taker
  • Be self-motivated and resilient
  • Be energetic and confident with a can-do attitude
  • Be hungry for success, charismatic, with excellent verbal skills
  • Have B2B sales experience, or proven success in new customer acquisition and retention
  • Have previous experience in selling software to the legal and law enforcement market
  • Be able to work from a home office
  • Be able to speak English (U.S.). German and French are also required for EU based representative (other languages are an advantage)

In your cover letter, please explain and demonstrate how, in your previous roles, you have reached or exceeded your sales targets or objectives.

If you are up for the challenge, please apply by sending your resume, including references, as well as a cover letter to: info@vound-software.com.

Only applicants that are shortlisted will be contacted.

Recruiters need not reply.

About Vound

Founded in 2008, Vound is a leading global vendor of technology used for forensic search, eDiscovery and information governance.

Our Intella® range of eDiscovery, information governance, digital forensic and legal investigation software is used by the world’s best known enterprises and legal organizations.

Intella's strength lies in reducing the cost of taking large collections of data, and allowing users to quickly search and drill down to the most pertinent data. This minimizes the need for experts and significantly cuts down on the time and costs that organizations normally incur to carry out email investigations, audit requests and eDiscovery matters.

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