Elijah Technologies Only Chicago-Headquartered Company So Recognized
Elijah Technologies, Ltd., a leader in electronic discovery processing and computer forensic investigations, was ranked among the top twenty companies nationally in e-discovery processing capacity by the Socha-Gelbmann 2006 Electronic Discovery Survey. As a result of its significant investment in new infrastructure and technology, Elijah Technologies now has the capability to provide electronic discovery services for even the largest of matters. “This recognition marks a watershed for Elijah Technologies,” stated president Andrew Reisman. “Being the only Chicago-headquartered company among the top twenty e-discovery providers in capacity validates the trust our Midwest-based clients have placed in us, and we look forward to building on that trust nationally.”
This recent recognition for Elijah Technologies follows significant expansion activities, including in-house hosting of electronic document databases, opening a Milwaukee office, and adding additional space at its Chicago headquarters. These investments have allowed Elijah Technologies to provide highly competitive pricing to its clients, which in conjunction with its attentive service and quality deliverables have contributed to the company’s significant revenue growth for 2006.
The Socha-Gelbmann survey worked with data from 91 organizations that provided or consumed electronic discovery services or software, and contacted nearly 700 individuals regarding participation in the survey. The consumers represented a cross-section of the 200 largest law firms and some of the largest companies in the country, and the providers represented a cross-section of the industry. Additionally, an array of secondary source information was collected from a variety of business and information resources. The full Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey may be purchased at http://www.sochaconsulting.com/2006survey.htm.
About Elijah Technologies
Elijah Technologies specializes in e-discovery processing and computer forensic investigative services, which it provides to many of the nation’s largest law firms and several Fortune 500 companies.