iCONECT wins 2016 Vendor Leadership Award at Masters Conference

XERA_logoweb_225pI was not able to attend the 10th Anniversary Masters Conference in Washington this year although, as so often, the accounts coming back from it make me wish I had been there.

Among the events at this year’s Masters Conference was the award of the Patrick Young Vendor Leadership Award. Patrick Young died in 2015 and the award in his memory aims to recognise dedication, customer service and vision in eDiscovery.

iCONECT is the developer of the document review programme iCONECT-XERA. Two things in particular stand out about XERA – its constantly evolving user-friendly interface and the relationships which iCONECT has with those who sell and support its software.

The “vision” part of the recognition comes mainly from CEO Ian Campbell, one of the most forward-thinking and eloquent technology advocates in the business, both for iCONECT’s products and as a proponent of efficient and cost-effective review generally.

I recently recorded an interview with Ian Campbell which will be published shortly. In it, he talks about various recent iCONECT developments including iCONECT Xplorer, and XERA-CONECT, as well as about a pending development for smaller cases. These are all factors which help explain why iCONECT has been given this award.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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