Governor Malloy visited QDiscovery last month to learn how the company has positively benefited from the Connecticut Small Business Express Program. During the course of the meeting, QDiscovery CEO Matt McCormack gave him a tour of the office and demonstrated the company’s preferred eDiscovery software, Viewpoint.
“The Small Business Express Program has significantly helped me to not only grow my business, but also position it for future success,” said McCormack. “Now, we have firmly established QDiscovery as a valuable asset to clients that include both Fortune 500 corporations and AmLaw 200 law firms.”
This has been a period of rapid growth for QDiscovery. In 2013, the company doubled revenue and head count, acquired Preferred Imaging and established new offices in Los Angeles and Indianapolis. It also donated more than $20,000 to nonprofit organizations including the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut and the Joseph Maley Foundation.
So far in 2014, QDiscovery has announced a partnership with Tokyo-based eDiscovery and forensic technology company Ji2, introduced innovative and flexible pricing options for its clients and added Steve Passaro as regional manager.
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