MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—May 20, 2008—Clearwell Systems, Inc., a leader in Intelligent E-Discovery today announced a free web seminar with Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), featuring Vivian Tero, Program Manager for Compliance Infrastructure at IDC. The web seminar, titled "Weathering the E-Discovery Perfect Storm: Best Practices for Gaining Control over Corporate E-Discovery," will be held on Tuesday, June 3 at 10 am PDT.
During this interactive web seminar, participants will learn:
"Customers are seeking solutions that streamline e-discovery and provide more control over the entire process, from information management to review and analysis," said Sean Wilcox, director of marketing at Clearwell Systems. "We are teaming up with Google to educate customers on the value they can achieve by deploying solutions that enable the management of e-discovery as a critical business process."
Experts from Google and Clearwell will field questions on Google Message Discovery™ for information management, collection and preservation and on the Clearwell E-Discovery Platform® for processing, analysis, and review of electronically stored information (ESI). For more information or to register for the free web seminar, click here. To read more about how Clearwell and Google are collaborating visit e-discovery 2.0.
About Clearwell Systems
Clearwell Systems is transforming the way enterprises perform e-discovery in response to litigation, regulatory inquiries, and corporate investigations. By automating the processing, analysis and review of all electronically stored information, Clearwell enables enterprises to accelerate early case assessments, lower processing costs, reduce review workload, and gain control of e-discovery. Clearwell was ranked a "Top 5" e-discovery software vendor for corporations in the 2007 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey. For more information, visit www.clearwellsystems.com or read the e-discovery 2.0 blog at: http://www.clearwellsystems.com/e-discovery-blog/.
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