FTI Earns Top Five E-discovery Service and Software Provider Rankings in 2007 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey
FTI places among the top five electronic data discovery service and software providers, one of only three firms to top both lists
New York, NY - June 28, 2007
New York, NY – June 28th, 2007 – FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: FCN), a global business advisory firm dedicated to protecting and enhancing enterprise value, today announced its recognition as a top five electronic discovery service and software provider in the 2007 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey. FTI was ranked among the top five electronic discovery service providers and among the top five electronic discovery software providers based on a detailed ranking model containing more than 300 qualitative and quantitative factors.
FTI was one of three firms to receive a top five ranking in both the electronic discovery software and service categories.
“We are extremely proud of this recognition of FTI as a leading electronic discovery service and software provider. FTI's rankings are an indicator of the collective value our technology professionals, services and software—including Ringtail Legal—provide to law firms, corporations and governments”, said David Remnitz, FTI's Technology practice leader and senior managing director. “The report underscores our rapid progress extending our thought leadership and delivery of end-to-end electronic discovery services across the globe. Our global clients and independent industry reports such as the Socha-Gelbmann survey are a testimonial that FTI is driving the global electronic discovery market.”
The rankings, were based on factors including experience, software used, capacity, types of electronic discovery services offered, law firm rankings, corporation rankings, and revenue.
In its fifth year, the annual Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey is an independent survey conducted by George Socha and Tom Gelbmann to provide a comprehensive view into the growing electronic discovery market—including size, scope and growth. The survey analyzes responses from 115 organizations that are on the forefront of e-discovery, including leading law firms and Fortune 1000 corporations.
“Our survey examines the demands for and consumption of commercial electronic discovery services and software. This report informs consumers of electronic discovery software and services and an independent view and ranking of the best in class providers,” said George Socha and Tom Gelbmann, co-producers of the annual Socha-Gelbmann survey.
The 2007 results will be published in the August issue of Law Technology News. For more information on the 2007 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey, or to purchase a copy, please contact George Socha at www.sochaconsulting.com or Tom Gelbmann at www.gelbmann.biz.