Elijah Named Best Overall E-Discovery Company For 2015 In Daily Business Review Survey

MIAMI – PRLog

Elijah, a leading provider of legal technology solutions, was recognized as the Best Overall E-Discovery Company for 2015 in the Daily Business Review’s Best of 2015 rankings. “We are thrilled to have been recognized as the top e-discovery company in the Daily Business Review’s Best of 2015 survey,” said Elijah CEO Andy Reisman. “I am especially thankful for the dedication of our employees and loyalty of our clients, without which this recognition would not have been possible.”

The Daily Business Review’s Best of 2015 survey consisted of an open voting period during August and September 2015, during which over 10,130 votes were cast. Daily Business Review personnel took measures to ensure the legitimacy of votes cast and accurate results.

The Best E-Discovery Company recognition follows closely on the heels of Elijah having been awarded Best in Service for Relativity by kCura, and named one of the 20 Most Promising Legal Technology Solution Providers by CIO Review in December 2014.

About Elijah

Founded in 2003, Elijah is an industry leader in providing electronic discovery, computer forensic and data security solutions. Elijah has been recognized as the Best Overall E-Discovery Company by the Daily Business Review’s “Best of 2015” survey, as one of the 20 Most Promising Legal Technology Solution Providers by CIO Review and as a “Top 100+” eDiscovery provider by Complex Discovery. Elijah offers flexible eDiscovery managed services solutions to companies and firms of all sizes, leveraging its proprietary eDiscovery Integrator project management software. With joint headquarters in Chicago and Miami and additional offices in California, Florida, Iowa, Michigan and Texas, Elijah is called upon by many of the largest law firms and Fortune 500 companies to meet their computer forensic, eDiscovery and data security needs. For additional information, please visit http://www.elijaht.com or call 866-354-5240.

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