As a legal technology provider, everything we do is associated with processes that have exacting specifications and deadlines.
Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) April 24, 2014
TCDI, a market leader in litigation technology and services for eDiscovery and litigation case management, announced today it recently graduated its first class of employees through Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Black Belt training. This class represents the first of three classes on target to complete Black Belt training in 2014, with a fourth scheduled for completion in early 2015. As announced last summer, TCDI has adopted and implemented the LLS continuous process improvement methodology to bring added effectiveness within the organization and to bring greater value to clients.
“As a legal technology provider, everything we do is associated with processes that have exacting specifications and deadlines. Waste, defects, and variation in those processes can lead to added costs and unsatisfactory outcomes for us and our clients,” said Susan Bright, Executive Vice President & COO. Ms. Bright goes on to say, “Our commitment to a Lean Six Sigma approach in continuous process improvement is a commitment to our clients to perform their work efficiently and accurately the first time, each time, every time.”
TCDI’s Black Belt trained associates now continue with the certification process through the completion and assessment of specific Black Belt projects. Successful completion of these real-world projects, overseen by Geoff McPherson (TCDI’s Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt) will demonstrate the skillful implementation of the Lean Six Sigma methodology and result in final certification through North Carolina State University.
Since 1988, TCDI (Technology Concepts & Design, Inc.) has partnered with large corporations and law firms to provide advanced litigation support software and services for eDiscovery, hosted Review and Production and large-scale Litigation Case-File Management. The company combines advanced technology and automation with superior client partnerships and has been a technology partner in some of the largest litigation in US history. To learn more, visit http://www.tcdi.com or call 888.823.2880.