Extract from Zach Warren's article "Reveal Data Acquires Mindseye in the Latest E-Discovery M&A Deal"
The latest in a spate of e-discovery mergers and acquisitions, cloud-based e-discovery provider Reveal Data Corporation announced today it has acquired software provider Mindseye Solutions to create a “truly comprehensive e-discovery SaaS solution.” At the same time, Reveal also announced a “significant investment” from Los Angeles-based investment firm Gallant Capital Partners.
Virginia-based Mindseye offers an e-discovery platform that spans the EDRM, with a particular focus on processing and early case assessment (ECA). Chicago-based Reveal’s e-discovery software also provides a wide array of capabilities, including processing, review, analysis and production. Reveal CEO Wendell Jisa told Legaltech News that upon looking to combine the two tools, it was “immediately obvious that the software and the people were technically and culturally in line with what Reveal was seeking to acquire.”
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