XDD Has Acquired QDiscovery To Expand Services In The Midwest And East Coast

By Dan Anderson ● July 10, 2019
  • Leading international provider of eDiscovery and data management Xact Data Discovery (XDD) has acquired QDiscovery

Xact Data Discovery (XDD) — a leading international provider of eDiscovery, data management. and managed review services for law firms and corporations — recently announced it acquired QDiscovery. QDiscovery is a mid-tier eDiscovery and digital forensic services provider based in New London, CT.

QDiscovery essentially provides eDiscovery, forensics, managed review, and consulting services to law firms and corporations. The company has offices in Chicago, Indianapolis, Boston, DC, Houston, Minneapolis, and Phoenix. And the newly integrated company and services will operate under the XDD brand.

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“As we continue to explore, expand and scale business operations within key markets nationwide, merging forces with QDiscovery further strengthens our presence in the Midwest and on the east coast.  Congruent with XDD’s culture, the QDiscovery team thrives on providing exemplary client service, making it a natural fit for our company as we continue to scale our eDiscovery, forensics and managed review services. We look forward to enhancing our company together,” said XDD President and CEO Robert Polus.

XDD has 16 offices through the U.S. and two locations in India. And XDD offers customer service with a commitment to responsive, transparent, and timely communication to ensure clients remain informed throughout the entire discovery life cycle.

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“Joining forces with XDD further empowers our joint vision to provide exemplary service to clients.  Similar to QDiscovery’s culture, XDD’s people, strategy and grit are laser-focused on doing whatever it takes to exceed customer expectations.  Joining the XDD family is a natural fit for our company as we strive to expand market share together nationwide.  We look forward to integrating our people and clients into the XDD ecosystem,” added QDiscovery CEO David Barrett.

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