CloudNine Announces Product Enhancements to Coincide with Legaltech New York, Investments in Product and Service Improve Customer Experience
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 16, 2019--Discovery automation software provider CloudNine ™ announced today that it will be unveiling several major technology advances later this month at Legaltech New York. Specifically, CloudNine’s new software developments will include enhancements to its LAW™, Concordance® and Early Data Analyzer (EDA) platforms, all of which were previously part of the LexisNexis® eDiscovery product suite which CloudNine acquired in March 2018. In addition, the company announced that it more than doubled its development and customer success teams, as well as overall employee headcount, and now has offices in Houston, Raleigh and Dayton, Ohio.
Also, at Legaltech New York, CloudNine will be presenting NineForum, a series of 9 TED-style talks delivered by eDiscovery luminaries during the conference. NineForum’s mission will be to provide concise, cutting-edge education that equips discovery and legal professionals for present and future challenges. Sessions will take place at CloudNine’s Legaltech booth (#310-312) and will be free-of-charge to all show attendees.
More details on CloudNine’s technology developments and NineForum will follow in subsequent announcements this month.
CloudNine CEO Brad Jenkins remarked, “Our acquisition of the LexisNexis’ eDiscovery product suite and team and subsequent hiring of additional highly skilled colleagues helped drive our tremendous growth last year. As promised, we have prioritized product development for LAW, Concordance and EDA having released seven new versions already, while also continuing to advance our incumbent review application, CloudNine Review™.”
Jenkins continued, “CloudNine is a unique Discovery software company offering tremendous deployment flexibility to law firms, government agencies, corporations and eDiscovery service providers via our on-premise and cloud-based technology offerings. In addition, we are expanding our partner network to better serve our growing customer base.”
CloudNine recently implemented a comprehensive training and certification program enabling customers to fully utilize its eDiscovery suite of products. This program includes levels of training across all CloudNine applications including CloudNine Review, Concordance, LAW and EDA. Students can attend weekly web-based public courses or private web-based/live sessions. In addition to the training program, students completing the user and administrative level courses are eligible for online certification testing at no additional cost.
For more information about CloudNine and NineForum, email info@eDiscovery.co.
About CloudNine, The eDiscovery Company
Founded in 2002 and based in Houston, CloudNine ( www.eDiscovery.co ) is a discovery technology company with expertise in simplifying and automating the discovery of data for audits, investigations, and litigation. CloudNine’s product line includes CloudNine Review, Concordance, Early Data Analyzer (EDA) and LAW. Used by more than 1,000 legal and business customers worldwide including more than 100 of the top 200 Law firms and many of the world’s leading corporations, CloudNine’s off-premise and on-premise software helps customers gain insight and intelligence on electronic data.
CloudNine has been highlighted by industry experts in reports, reviews, and surveys including Gartner, 451 Research, Blue Hill Research, Corporate Counsel Magazine, the New York Journal, and Texas Lawyer. CloudNine also publishes the eDiscovery Daily blog, a popular, trusted source for legal industry information. Learn more about CloudNine at eDiscovery.co or email info@eDiscovery.co.
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