Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) February 05, 2015
Iris Data Services, the leader in eDiscovery managed services, today announced that New Orleans-based law firm Plauché Maselli Parkerson has signed a multi-year eDiscovery managed services agreement with Iris. The deal includes Arc, Iris’ managed services review product. Arc combines the industry-leading review platform, Relativity, with workflows and backend support to manage eDiscovery of any size.
“Plauché looks to use the latest technology and best practices to serve their clients as efficiently as possible,” said Major Baisden, president of Iris Data Services. “We appreciate the opportunity to partner with like-minded people.”
Plauché Maselli Parkerson specializes in insurance and corporate defense. Their purchase of Arc for eDiscovery document hosting and review will provide the tools and workflow to efficiently manage and report on the eDiscovery process. Arc appealed to the partners at Plauché because it levels the playing field for eDiscovery by wrapping workflow and support around kCura’s market-leading eDiscovery platform, Relativity.
About Plauché Maselli Parkerson LLP
Based in New Orleans, Plauché Maselli Parkerson is a litigation firm specializing in insurance and corporate defense. Plauché defends cases on a statewide and national basis, providing the primary defense in products, premises, environmental, automotive/trucking, transportation, and natural gas/LP liability claims.
Iris Data Services is the leader in eDiscovery managed services. Iris’ suite of products includes Horizon, managed services processing that seamlessly integrates best-in-class applications, and Arc, a private Relativity environment for a fixed monthly fee. Iris’ U.S. headquarters is in Kansas City and its European headquarters is in London. Iris also maintains offices throughout the United States, Europe, India, and China. For more information about Iris, visit http://www.irisds.com.
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