Nextpoint and Keno Kozie Associates announced today that they have signed a partnership agreement under which Keno Kozie may grant its customers a license to Nextpoint’s cloud-based eDiscovery and litigation management software.
Keno Kozie, already a leading provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms and legal departments, will also offer training and technical support allowing its customers to easily adopt Nextpoint to streamline workflow and reduce costs.
“It is incredibly important to us to protect the trust relationship we have with our clients,” says Imraan Bhatti, director of eDiscovery services for Keno Kozie. “We’ve worked with Nextpoint in the past, and they’ve proven to be a highly reliable partner. We trust them and are pleased to formalize the relationship.”
Nextpoint introduced litigation technology built on cloud architecture in 2005 to address exploding data volumes and remains the premier SaaS provider of cloud-based eDiscovery and trial practice software. Together with Nextpoint, Keno Kozie can now offer law firms and legal departments a contemporary, effective, cloud-based eDiscovery solution, coupled with premier support.
“Keno Kozie is the kind of best-in-breed strategic partner we love collaborating with. Together, we bring our expertise to bear to help our clients address complex data challenges. This agreement expands our relationship into a true partnership,” says Nextpoint CEO Rakesh Madhava. “Our philosophy is centered on the mission of making litigation technology secure, flexible, and predictable for all size matters and organizations. We are excited Keno Kozie has chosen to add Nextpoint to their portfolio of solutions for their clients.”
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