July 10, 2013
The Illinois Technology Association highlights kCura as a featured employer hiring for a variety of positions.
SFL Data announces a new early case assessment workflow they have developed in Relativity to enhance their e-discovery service offerings.
EDD Update provides a rollup of recent industry news, highlighting Womble Carlyle bringing Relativity in-house to take advantage of features like Relativity Assisted Review.
LTN’s Michael Roach dives into Womble Carlyle's decision to bring Relativity in-house for use by their BullDox e-discovery team, adding that they have already begun using applications from the Relativity Ecosystem.
kCura’s founder and CEO, Andrew Sieja, is selected as a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award.
LTN’s Sean Doherty writes about Skadden Arps bringing Relativity in-house, highlighting how Skadden plans to build applications in the software to meet the needs of their specialized teams.
In his Silicon City column, Steve Hendershot of Crain’s Chicago includes details on Skadden Arps licensing Relativity.
451 Research writes about kCura’s growth, highlighting partner programs and extending Relativity.
kCura’s Jay Leib presents a webcast for Inside-BigData on how computer-assisted review effectively manages big data.
The Chicago Tribune’s Wailin Wong includes kCura’s Andrew Sieja in her piece on bootstrapped, Chicago-based technology companies.
Falcon Discovery writes about law firms bringing e-discovery services in-house, noting Reed Smith licensing Relativity.
The Illinois Technology Association announces this year’s finalists for their annual CityLIGHTS Awards, with kCura recognized as a finalist in the Rising Star category.
LTN’s Michael Roach writes about Reed Smith bringing Relativity in-house to support the expansion of their records and e-discovery team.
Chris Dale writes about the importance of clarity in e-discovery, and how kCura works to provide transparency to their partners.
The Illinois Technology Association highlights kCura as a home-grown Chicago software company that is seeking talent.
Complex Discovery lists e-discovery providers that offer computer-assisted review technology, noting Relativity Assisted Review as a solution.
kCura’s Jay Leib speaks with SemanticWeb.com about how computer-assisted review effectively manages big data and the cost savings that may result from using the technology.
kCura’s Josh Sullivan speaks with TMCnet about kCura’s use of video after accepting an Excellence in Enterprise Video Award.
TMCnet highlights how Applied Discovery has recently become a Relativity provider.
Techweek’s Data 2.0 selects kCura for inclusion in their list of top innovators in data management.
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