The companies that are listed are known for their customer-centric approach, problem solving strategies, customer retention rate, and the ability to overcome market uncertainties.
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June 19, 2017
iCONECT CEO and Founder, Ian Campbell, was pleased to hear from the publication about this award, “It’s great to get this kind of recognition. The award acknowledges the positive reputation of the iCONECT brand in the legal technology industry. Silicon Review has also recognized our commitment to remaining customer-centric as we develop innovative eDiscovery software with our customers’ needs in mind. As users become more comfortable with web and cloud technologies, we’re continuing to innovate and bring simple solutions to the complex problems of eDiscovery.”
In its interview of Campbell, the publication asked about the history of the iCONECT-XERA document review platform. He shared that iCONECT-XERA is the successor of the original nXT review technology that was used as early as 2003 in the ENRON investigation. Of the future, Campbell emphasized the importance of focusing on the company’s main-stay legal business while expanding into other industries with extensive data investigation requirements, such as Healthcare and Public Services.
Silicon Review is a print and online publication for enterprise IT and technology decision makers. The magazine publishes several annual lists. Of the 50 Most Valuable Brands, Managing Editor, Vishnu Vardhan Kulkarni, wrote, “The companies that are listed are known for their customer-centric approach, problem solving strategies, customer retention…