Los Altos, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2015
Contoural, the largest independent provider of Information Governance consulting services, is pleased to announce the addition of Dan Elam to the Contoural team.
Elam is a well-known expert in the information governance industry. Elam most recently served as President at Techead where he worked with firms such as Google and Capital One. Previously, he founded companies that were sold to IQ Business Group and Gimmal for unbiased management consulting to organizations such as the IRS, Intel, Department of Justice, and American Express. He is the former US Technical Expert to the International Standards Organization, co-author of the industry CDIA+ exam, and an AIIM Fellow for his work in creating the industry’s first needs analysis methodology.
“The industry-leading expertise and truly unbiased consulting approach was something that really resonated with me in wanting to join Contoural. Unlike many firms who try to do many things, Contoural focuses exclusively on being the very best at information governance in a way that is uncompromising in looking after customers’ best interests. This was something that deeply appealed to me along with the opportunity to join such a concentrated group of true industry experts”, said Elam.
“Dan is an important addition to our team”, commented Mark Diamond, CEO and Founder of Contoural, Inc. “We are continuing to gain momentum in the marketplace, developing and delivering innovative services that provide real-world value to our clients. Dan adds to our ability to deliver these types of services.”
Contoural is the largest independent provider of Information Governance Services focused on Records and Information Management, Litigation and Regulatory Inquiry Readiness and Control of Sensitive Information. Contoural does not sell any products or take referral fees, store any documents, or provide any lawsuit-specific “reactive” eDiscovery services. In this capacity, Contoural is a trusted advisor to clients providing unbiased advice. Contoural has served more than 30% of the Fortune 500 as clients, including those in the Global 50, Mid-sized Organizations and large Federal Agencies.