Last month, we announced the acquisition of Cleveland, Ohio-based JURINNOV Ltd. (which will continue its operation as JURINNOV, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of TCDI). We are really excited about what this acquisition brings to TCDI. Founded in 2000, JURINNOV provides the legal and business communities with innovative solutions to address eDiscovery and data security needs. As a result of this acquisition, TCDI will be able to extend our geographic reach as well as expand our service offerings to include computer forensics, on-site data collections, cybersecurity and data privacy, among other things.
According to Bill Johnson, president and CEO of TCDI, “Here at TCDI, protecting our clients’ data has always been a top priority. While security is a cornerstone of our software, this acquisition gives us the opportunity to provide cybersecurity solutions as a stand-alone service. This is just one example of the many possibilities the synergy provides.”
Timothy Opsitnick, founder of JURINNOV stated, “This welcomed acquisition is a classic ‘win-win.’ The complement of our core competencies was such a great fit that it was too good an opportunity to pass up.”
“We are excited about the recent launch of TCDI’s CVFox hosted processing and review tool. CVFox offers small and medium-size law firms and corporations, and our core clients, affordable access to advanced tools and technology,” he continued.
CVFox™ is TCDI’s latest product announcement and brings to the midtier corporate and legal market an affordable end-to-end discovery solution. CVFox combines data processing, complex databases, workflows and review strategies in one simplified SaaS product.
Rick started in the legal industry in 2002 working for a litigation support company where he began consulting with law firms on paper and electronic discovery. As eDiscovery began to grow, his path took him to deploying software in data processing and forensics. In 2006, he became a co-founder of Wave Software for high volume unstructured data culling for a more streamlined review. The company quickly grew in the emerging eDiscovery market and as a result, he co-founded The Masters Conference to bring thought leaders together for education on the evolving best legal practices. In 2012, he began working in the complex data/document review with iCONECT and began to consult with corporations, the federal government and law firms in complex review. Rick joined TCDI in 2014.
Rick has a Communications degree in Journalism from Liberty University.
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