NY LegalTech 2015

     

2014-05-11-10.46.56-e1400264506792.jpgNow that the dust has settled following NY LegalTech 2015, we wanted to say thank you to the many customers, partners and friends of Hanzo we met with over a very busy three days.  Your appreciation of Hanzo’s services is very gratifying, and we recognize the importance of the reputation for quality and value you have helped us build.

The world of Web and social media collection and preservation for e-discovery is evolving rapidly and we use the feedback we receive at shows like LegalTech as an input to our product development process.  It’s good to know that Hanzo is on the right track. When it comes to defensibility, quality and value, Hanzo’s technology is rated as second-to-none.  We don’t rest on our laurels and the rest of 2015 will bring an increasing rate of innovation from the company: collection of on-premise web content and analytics are particularly important trends that Hanzo is already addressing – and we expect LegalTech 2016 to be even more interesting.

When we looked back at the meetings over the three days of NY LegalTech 2015, we realized that virtually every person we met with was there because, at some point, another Hanzo customer said “you really have to check out Hanzo.”  We take such recommendations extremely seriously. A good reputation is hard to win but easily lost, so Hanzo is going to keep up our end of the deal by continuing to develop and deliver the highest quality website and social media collection services in the e-discovery market.

About The Author

Jim focuses on market strategy, product expansion and business development for the company’s enterprise web and social media archiving products and solutions. Previously, Jim was Vice President Enterprise Management for Merrill Corporation and Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Lextranet, a leading provider of eDiscovery document hosting solutions for law firms and corporate legal departments, acquired by Merrill in 2007. Jim graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and later served as a deep-sea diver in the U.S. Navy.