LegalTech Breakthrough Names Everlaw the “Overall Ediscovery Solution Provider of the Year”
With most of the legal workforce forced to work remotely, most of the industry has had to embrace cloud-based technology to maintain business as usual. This changing reality has made it critical for legal organizations to find and utilize an ediscovery solution that can facilitate seamless collaboration, improve workflows, and improve the quality of legal work.
Here at Everlaw, we take pride in expanding the boundaries of ediscovery (innovation is one of our five core company principles) and provide an experience that’s second to none. That’s why we’re very excited to announce Everlaw has been named the “Overall eDiscovery Solution Provider of the Year” award in the inaugural LegalTech Breakthrough Awards program.
This is high praise from LegalTech Breakthrough, considering they are the leading independent marketing intelligence organization that evaluates and recognizes standout technology companies, products, and services supporting legal professionals worldwide. The mission of the LegalTech Breakthrough Awards is to recognize those in the legal technology space that bring continued innovation to everything from client relations, case management, documentation, legal education, data and analytics, and bots and legal assistants.
As the digital universe expands rapidly, litigators and internal investigators are tasked with mining through mountains of data and documents. Our technology tools help customers simplify discovery and improve collaboration, and we are thrilled to receive this award in recognition of our hard work and success in the LegalTech industry.
— AJ Shankar, CEO, Everlaw.
We’re proud of the recognition and will continue our work to enable law firms, corporations, and government agencies to collaboratively discover information, illuminate critical insights, and act on key evidence.
To find out more, request a demo today! We look forward to continuing to raise the bar for what legal professionals should expect from their discovery technology.