Vound nominated as "Best End-to-End eDiscovery Provider" in National Law Journal's 'Best of' 2015 survey.

COLORADO, USA, January 9th, 2015

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.

In addition to the nomination for Best End-to-End eDiscovery Provider, Vound's Intella® suite of digital investigations and forensic search software was nominated in categories including:

  • Best Data & Technology Management eDiscovery Provider
  • Best Data Recovery Solution Provider
  • Best Online Review Platform
  • Best Information Governance Solution

"Vound is excited to have Intella recognised by The National Law Journal for addressing one of the major challenges facing eDiscovery practitioners today: how to manage the ever-growing volumes of unstructured data now involved in digital investigations," says Peter Mercer, Vound's Chief Technology Officer.

"By packing powerful data extraction, indexing and search capabilities for large scale digital investigations into software that is remarkably intuitive and easy-to-use, Vound enables legal teams to make informed decisions on cases quicker than before by slashing the time, personnel and costs otherwise spent on electronic discovery," Mercer advises.

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