With our current technology, we can help law firms and corporations gain business efficiencies, save costs and find their important documents more quickly.
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) June 15, 2015
LDM Global CEO Chris O’Reilly is returning home to Australia in August to meet with clients and lawyers to discuss their eDiscovery challenges. LDM Global is a leading international provider of legal discovery management. The company has been in business for almost 20 years and opened a new data centre in Sydney in October.
“Electronic discovery has been evolving quickly, but there is still a great disparity in knowledge levels between lawyers,” said LDM Global CEO and Founder Chris O’Reilly. “By meeting with solicitors at their law firms, I hope to help them understand how eDiscovery services can offer a true competitive advantage. I’ll also be able to answer questions from anyone who may be unfamiliar with eDiscovery technology we use in the USA or is interested in some of the tools we use.”
LDM Global offers two main review platforms in its Australia data centre and considers itself technology agnostic, simply choosing the technology that works best for individual clients and their specific case needs.
“We have a review tool that many Australian law firms will be familiar with,” O’Reilly said. “But we also have a tool that is very popular in the United States and the United Kingdom. It offers true end-to-end eDiscovery capabilities and allows flexible, simple and fixed pricing.
“Historically our industry has seen problems with efficiencies in moving data between tools, and this eliminates that need,” O’Reilly said. “Our goal is to simplify the whole process. With our current technology, we can help law firms and corporations gain business efficiencies, save costs and find their important documents more quickly.”
Anyone interested in meeting with O’Reilly during his Australia visit in August should email chris(at)ldmglobal(dot)com.