On June 10, I sat down with Andy Wilson, Chief Executive Officer & Cofounder at Logikcull.com. Andy and I discussed how corporate legal departments should be measuring the performance of their eDiscovery service providers and how to begin that process if you haven’t already started. We also talked about employee engagement, features of world-class eDiscovery products and services, and what the future of eDiscovery technology might look like.
Andy launched Logikcull in 2004 with Chief Technology Officer and Cofounder Sheng Yang. As CEO, Andy has grown Logikcull into one of the fastest growing eDiscovery service providers in the United States.
eDiscovery Technology – What In-House Counsel Should Ask Their Law Firms
Andy poses a few questions that in-house counsel should be asking their law firms and talks about data proliferation challenges associated with litigation.
MAP (ing) Employee Experience
Andy discusses the importance of purpose, hiring mission-driven people in your organization, and the MAP framework that is the basis of Logikcull’s talent strategy.
eDiscovery Management – Key Metrics for In-House Counsel
Andy discusses the importance of legal departments creating SMART goals and provides a few starting KPIs for legal departments to begin measuring eDiscovery performance.
Looking to the Future – Legal Tech Predictions
Andy explores the possible future of eDiscovery and legal tech including the cloud, distributed eDiscovery services, and reinventing the eDiscovery service provider model.
Logikcull is an end-to-end cloud-based eDiscovery solution for processing, reviewing, and producing electronically stored information. Logikcull has become one of the fastest growing discovery software platforms, and consistently ranks among the top eDiscovery tools in user satisfaction. Its secure, cloud-based solution helps law firms and organizations of all sizes solve the expensive, complex, and risky challenges associated with eDiscovery, internal investigations, and open records response. Founded in 2004 by CEO Andy Wilson and CTO Sheng Yang, Logikcull builds powerfully simple software that democratizes discovery. Logikcull and Baker Donelson recently collaborated on a case study involving implementing Logikcull to lower eDiscovery costs on certain portfolios of cases, which can be found here.
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