eTERA Consulting’s Mary Flory Appointed Chair of New Technology Committee

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Committee Identifies, Evaluates and Selects New Technology Applications to Help Clients Better Manage Electronically Stored Information and eDiscovery.

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The committee’s goal is to learn, test and understand the strengths and weaknesses of leading and innovative technology products in order to provide the highest level of advisory services to our clients.

eTERA Consulting’s Mary Flory, Managing Director of Consulting Services, has been appointed chair of the company’s New Technology Committee. The committee plays a vital role in eTERA’s ongoing efforts to identify, evaluate and invest in new technology applications to help clients effectively manage the continued growth and complexity of electronically stored information (“ESI”). The committee enhances eTERA’s position as an independent technology consultancy that strives for technology excellence. Committee members also include Todd Haley, Vice President of E-Discovery; Alan Brooks, Vice President of Marketing; Debra Mangum, Managing Director of Client Services; John Rubens, Managing Director of Corporate Analysis; and Derek DuVall, Senior ESI Consultant.

“The committee’s goal is to learn, test and understand the strengths and weaknesses of leading and innovative technology products in order to provide the highest level of advisory services to our clients,” said company president Scott Holec. “Mary’s extensive legal industry experience managing complex litigation and expertise utilizing several technology applications makes her the ideal person to lead the committee’s important strategic initiatives. Mary’s proven track record advising law firms and corporations on issues surrounding ESI and eDiscovery gives her a unique perspective on the technology challenges and solutions that best fit the needs of clients.”

“The work efforts of the committee helps to ensure that clients have access to the appropriate technology resources and analytical tools they need in managing ESI,” said Mary Flory. “The committee’s formalized evaluation process helps us to keep up to date on new technology developments so we can provide clients with the appropriate solutions. We add-value by utilizing a comprehensive technology tool-box and knowledge base that allows us to help clients address the unforeseen issues of today’s and tomorrow’s eDiscovery challenges.”

In her role at eTERA Consulting, Mary is responsible for assisting clients with eDiscovery, large complex litigation matters, and projects involving Personal Identifiable Information (PII). Prior to joining the company, Mary served as Senior Manager of Practice Support at Dickstein Shapiro in Washington, DC. During her tenure at Dickstein Shapiro dating back to 1997, Mary specialized in complex MDL cases, and IP and insurance litigation. She was also a member of the firm’s Electronic Discovery Committee and managed the litigation support operations and staff members.

About eTERA Consulting

eTERA Consulting specializes in helping organizations improve information governance, compliance and discovery management. We are a technology independent consultancy with a broad range of services from strategic information consulting to project-based engagements. Our proven Early Information Assessmentsm (EIA) planning methodology provides clients with the management expertise, technology resources and analytical tools needed to craft innovative solutions focused on achieving increased efficiencies, cost savings, command and control, and enhanced decision-making abilities. Headquartered in Washington, DC, eTERA Consulting has served the legal industry since 2004. The company also maintains additional offices across the U.S. eTERA Consulting was named to The Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private U.S. companies in 2010. For more information, please visit http://www.eteraconsulting.com/.

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Joe Kanka
(240) 751-8349
jkanka(at)eteraconsulting(dot)com

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