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CST: 22/04/2019 01:27:56   

Elite Document Technology Re-brands as Elite Discovery

6 Days ago

New Name Reflects Elite’s Leadership Position in Marketplace and Advanced Product and Service Offerings

DALLAS, April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Elite Discovery, formerly Elite Document Technology, an award-winning alternative legal services provider to law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced a renaming and rebranding to reflect the company’s core competencies and leadership position in the marketplace. Since 2001, the company has delivered an award-winning approach that guides clients through the entire litigation life cycle. The new company name validates the company’s approach to staying ahead of the rapid advancements in legal technology, aligns the company’s eDiscovery managed services to the marketplace and reinforces the company’s advanced service offerings such as analytics and expert contract attorney review.

The company is introducing the new brand this week at the Association of Legal Administrator’s Annual Conference & Expo, being held April 14 – 17 in Grapevine, Texas. While at the conference, Elite Discovery experts will be presenting on the topic of “The Litigation Technology and Expertise You Need, When You Need It,” on Monday, April 15 at 1:15 p.m. Elite experts will be in booth number 1136 in the Expo to discuss the company’s managed services and analytical approach to litigation support.

“In 2001, we formed a company that provided quality litigation support services in a timely manner and with expertise and service second to none,” said Terry Reeves, CEO of Elite Discovery. “Today, our clients in law firms and corporate legal departments seek us out for our full spectrum of eDiscovery solutions, including eDiscovery managed services, contract attorney review, consulting and digital forensics. With the name change to Elite Discovery, we continue to stand for quality eDiscovery and litigation support, delivered in a timely manner, expertly and efficiently.”

“The name Elite Discovery more accurately reflects the level of expertise and service we offer, and encompasses our future product offerings,” continued Reeves. “For instance, we currently are developing advanced eDiscovery software that will simplify and improve the way our clients manage eDiscovery projects. The name Elite Discovery encapsulates all of our current services and future product development.”

In addition to the name change, the company launched a simplified, recognizable logo that conveys their easy and expert approach to eDiscovery, and a new website, which company leaders expect to become a one-stop location for litigation-related education and information.

The launch of the company’s new name and resources coincides with the ALA Annual Conference & Expo, just as the industry is shifting to more efficient, effective and advanced technology and processes to help reduce costs and burdens. The session company experts will deliver on the first day of the conference deals directly with this industry shift. Elite experts will discuss how to lower operational expenses, reduce costs to clients and optimize discovery processes while improving technology resources through managed services.

About Elite Discovery
Elite Discovery (formerly Elite Document Technology) has provided award-winning, end-to-end alternative legal services to law firms and corporate legal departments since 2001. Elite’s staff is tenured and utilizes established best practices combined with their expertise to ensure a client’s success. Elite Discovery acquired iSolutions, Inc., in 2015, Litigation Solutions, Inc. in 2012, and Diversified Discovery in 2010, merging the latest software, consulting services, and talent in Dallas. The company has won numerous local and national awards. Learn more on the company’s website: www.elitediscovery.com 866.896.2626 / info@elitediscovery.com

Media Contact
Vicki LaBrosse
Edge Legal Marketing for Elite Discovery
vlabrosse@edgelegalmarketing.com
651.552.7753

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