|By Business Wire||
|August 14, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
Canon Business Process Services, a leading provider of managed services and technology, will highlight its eDiscovery solutions at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) conference. Canon experts will be on hand to offer insights on the latest eDiscovery and information governance trends and best practices that can help organizations ensure they are discovery ready.
Canon will also highlight its CaseDataTM online document review system. CaseData enables legal teams to collaboratively produce, search and review documents for legal discovery and regulatory matters. The system’s advanced features help legal professionals collaborate more efficiently and manage eDiscovery projects with greater accuracy and control.
To learn more about how to maximize the processing, review and production of documents in litigation, download Canon’s white paper, "Guide to Discovery Readiness: Deploying Advanced Systematic Methods and Technologies."
Canon Business Process Services recently announced that it provides outsourced document management and electronic discovery services to 43 of the Am Law 100 firms. This includes seven of the top 10 firms and 10 of the top 20 firms.
Besides working with legal industry leaders, Canon Business Process Services itself is a recognized leader. The company has been named to the Leaders Category of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals’ (IAOP) 2014 Global Outsourcing 100 list for the past eight years in a row.
About Canon Business Process Services
Canon Business Process Services, Inc. is a leading provider of managed services and technology that enable organizations to improve operational efficiency while reducing risk and cost. Experts apply quality management principles and tools such as Six Sigma to advance performance to a higher level. The company offers services including BPO, imaging, records and information management, print, mail and eDiscovery, and is an IAOP Global Outsourcing 100 Leader in 2014 for the eighth consecutive year. Based in New York City, Canon Business Process Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. Learn more at www.cbps.canon.com and follow us on Twitter.
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