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Greg O’Reilly joins Recommind to grow Asia Pacific presence

June 7th, 2013

Greg O’Reilly has joined Recommind as the Regional Manager for Asia Pacific. Greg will spearhead Recommind’s growth plans for the region with Recommind’s eDiscovery and Information Governance solutions.

Recommind has been acknowledged as one of the leaders in unstructured data management, analysis and governance technology. Many in the eDiscovery industry will be aware of Recommind through its Predictive Coding capabilities. Greg will no doubt be looking to build on the Predictive Coding capabilities in Asia Pacific as well as the further offerings that Recommind bring to the marketplace.

Recommind’s growth and focus on the Asia Pacific market will no doubt widen the options available ‘down under’ for law firms, government agencies and corporate organisations.

Many in the industry will know Greg O’Reilly from his LDM Global background. Greg and his brother Chris founded LDM Global back in 1996, being one of the early pioneers in the litigation support and eDiscovery space. Greg returned to Australia in 2010, taking up the new role of Managing Director, APAC of LDM Global.

I have known Greg for many years, from his days back in London and more recently since he returned to Australia.

Chilli IQ’s Information Governance & eDiscovery Summit  

Recommind are one of the sponsors of the Chilli IQ’s Information Governance & eDiscovery Summit, taking place in Sydney on the 12th and 13th of June at the Sheraton on the Park.

The eDiscovery Summit is the first occasion that Recommind has participated in an Australian eDiscovery event, although internationally they have long been one of the leading supporters of legal technology events.

My earlier post previewed the Information Governance & eDiscovery Summit in detail looking at the speakers and the programme. More information about the Summit can be found on the dedicated website that Chilli IQ has set up for the event.



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