CloudNine Nominated for Five Awards in New York Law Journal’s Best of Award Program
HOUSTON – June 15, 2023 – eDiscovery technology leader CloudNine has been nominated by the New York Law Journal in five categories in their annual “Best of” award program. The categories are:
- Best End-to-End eDiscovery Solution Provider
- Best Predictive Coding Solution
- Best Managed Document Review Services
- Best Corporate Investigations Provider
- Best End-to-End Litigation Consulting Firm
The annual “Best Of” survey seeks to identify the top vendors serving the New York legal industry and showcases the businesses that stand out in their field in providing lawyers with the essentials they require to compete in today’s legal market. Voting is open to lawyers, legal support staff, judges, and in-house counsel until June 30, 2023 through the 2023 “Best Of” awards online survey. Following a period of analysis based on votes and feedback from the New York Law Journal community, the top three in each category will be published in the September 18 issue.
CloudNine is an on-premise and SaaS software company. We offer the flagship CloudNine Review and CloudNine Analyst SaaS-based eDiscovery platforms with self-service processing, analysis, review, and production for both traditional and modern data. CloudNine is the eDiscovery pioneer behind CloudNine LAW, CloudNine Concordance and the industry standard .DAT file type. We empower legal, information technology, and business professionals with eDiscovery automation software and professional services that simplify litigation, investigations, and audits for law firms and corporations, and have been highlighted by industry experts in reports, reviews, and surveys including G2, Gartner, 451 Research, Gigaom, TechMag, Corporate Counsel Magazine, the New York Journal, and Texas Lawyer.
CloudNine empowers legal, information technology, and business professionals with eDiscovery automation software and professional services that simplify litigation, investigations, and audits for law firms and corporations.