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CloudNine Acquires eDiscovery Product Lines from LexisNexis: eDiscovery Breaking News

OK, it’s not exactly “breaking” news since we announced it yesterday, but it’s still exciting!  If you didn’t see our press release, let me “break” the news now: CloudNine has acquired the LexisNexis eDiscovery product suite, which includes LAW PreDiscovery, Early Discovery Analyzer (EDA) and Concordance!

In conjunction with the product line purchase, an affiliate of Peak Rock Capital made a significant investment in CloudNine, underscoring its support of CloudNine and its vision for the future of these products.

Needless to say, this is a big announcement for CloudNine and we’re excited to not only carry on support for these products but also invest in them, delivering enhanced capabilities to existing and new customers of these products.  As VP of Products and Services at CloudNine, I’m personally excited to be working with the great customer success and product support teams of these products.  So, if you’re an existing LAW, EDA or Concordance customer, you’ll still be working with many of the same people for training and support that you have been.

Regardless of whether we’re talking off-premise (cloud) or on-premise, our focus is on solving problems.  While we are CloudNine, the acquisition of these trusted on-premise solutions will enable us to immediately begin to solve problems for that segment of the market with a portfolio of proven and performing products.

Now, if you’re an existing LAW, EDA or Concordance customer, I’m sure you probably have some questions about the acquisition and what it means to you.  Here’s a link to an FAQ document that addresses several questions that I’m sure many of you have.  If you have any additional questions, feel free to drop me a line at daustin@ediscovery.co and I will do my best to get your questions to the right person on our team that can provide answers.

Also, we’re getting ever closer to the University of Florida E-Discovery Conference, which will be held on Thursday, March 29.  As always, the conference will be conducted in Gainesville, FL on the University of Florida Levin College of Law campus (as well as being livestreamed), with CLE-accredited sessions all day from 8am to 5:30pm ET.  I’m on a panel discussion at 9am ET in a session titled Getting Critical Information From The Tough Locations – Cloud, IOT, Social Media, And Smartphones! with Craig Ball, Kelly Twigger, with Judge Amanda Arnold Sansone.  Click here to register for the conference – it’s only $199 for the entire day in person and only $99 for livestream attendance.  Don’t miss it!

So, what do you think?  Do you use LAW, EDA or Concordance?  Great – we look forward to working with you!  And, as always, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

Sponsor: This blog is sponsored by CloudNine, which is a data and legal discovery technology company with proven expertise in simplifying and automating the discovery of data for audits, investigations, and litigation. Used by legal and business customers worldwide including more than 50 of the top 250 Am Law firms and many of the world’s leading corporations, CloudNine’s eDiscovery automation software and services help customers gain insight and intelligence on electronic data.

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