Interview: Keith Conley on the benefits for clients of the DTI-Epiq merger

Keith Conley is President and Chief Operating Officer at DTI. DTI and Epiq are now a single entity, and I asked Keith Conley to explain the benefits of the merger for clients.

The combined company, Keith Conley says, is a global eDiscovery provider in over 40 countries. This brings unparalleled resources to support clients – the company has 65 forensic consultants and 300 Relativity-certified administrators. It is able to bring a dedicated team to dealing with Second Requests.

I asked Keith Conley what is on the roadmap for 2017. One of the main developments, he said, is the ability to expand the use of in-house processing with DMX with business information derived from analytics and the dashboard. All this comes in addition to the extensive use of Relativity.

If asked to name one point which matters more than any other, Keith Conley says that secure data is the priority – no one, he says, spends more money or has greater resources to protect client data than DTI-Epiq.

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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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