TCDI Renames CVFox to Further Showcase Relationship with ClarVergence
CVFox Brings Affordable End-to-End Discovery with a Sophisticated Platform to the Midtier Corporate and Law Firm Market
Greensboro, NC – May 24, 2016 – TCDI, a leader in litigation technology and services for mass tort management, second requests, complex litigation and MDL case management, today announces Fox has been renamed CVFox™, to further showcase the relationship the product has with ClarVergence™, the company’s flagship, web-based and sophisticated e-discovery solution.
In early 2016, TCDI announced the original launch of CVFox (then Fox) as a new offering bringing an affordable end-to-end discovery solution specifically to the midtier corporate and law firm market. The product was developed to be simple to use and is the same code base as the technologically advanced and mature platform ClarVergence.
“We decided to bring this product further into the ClarVergence family by renaming it CVFox because it is based on the same sophisticated platform that has been trusted and used in litigation for decades and is regularly updated to fit the needs of our clients,” states Bill Johnson, CEO, founder, and president of TCDI. “Now, our clients will have the ability to more easily access both products – based on the needs of their case.”
ClarVergence is a web-based application that was born out of the big tobacco litigation of the late 1990s. It was designed for comprehensive review, analysis and production, and is used by review and case teams to effectively complete the tasks associated with discovery obligations. ClarVergence can import from, and export to, any other industry review platform using common import and export formats.
CVFox brings together data processing, ECA, review and production in one simplified SaaS product. CVFox ensures all cases are given access to the best available technology, including advanced data analytics, at appealing predictable pricing so all cases can be properly litigated and defended on merit.
For more information on CVFox, visit www.tcdifox.com.
Developed by TCDI, a leader in litigation technology since 1988, CVFox™ brings to the midtier corporate and legal market an affordable end-to-end discovery solution. Developed to be technologically advanced, but simple at the same time, CVFox combines data processing, complex databases, workflows and review strategies in one simplified SaaS product. CVFox allows for fast processing and review at a predictable cost structure by only charging for the size of data at intake. CVFox ensures all cases are given access to the best available technology so they can be properly litigated and defended on merit. To learn more, visit www.tcdifox.com.
Since the inception of ClarVergence™ (CVSix™) in the late 90’s, the product is on its sixth version (CVSix™) and services nearly a petabyte of client data for eDiscovery and Case Management. CVSix leverages Postgres and Elastic Search and is a sophisticated platform used by Corporate Counsel and their outside counsel to manage complex MDL’s, Class Action and large-scale investigations and reviews. With the duel focus of MDL settlement and case management along with high-volume eDiscovery, ClarVergence is versatile and is also the codebase for CVFox.
Since 1988, TCDI (Technology Concepts & Design, Inc.) has partnered with large corporations and law firms to provide advanced litigation support software and services for electronic discovery, hosted review and production and large-scale litigation case file management. The company combines advanced technology and automation with superior client partnerships and has been a technology partner in some of the largest litigation in U.S. history. To learn more, visit www.tcdi.com.
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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