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December 08, 2015 12:21 ET

Survey to Determine Most Controversial E-Discovery Issues

Exterro Survey Invites All E-Discovery Practitioners to Participate in Online Survey

PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwired - December 08, 2015) - Exterro® Inc., the preferred provider of software specifically designed for in-house legal and IT teams at Global 2000 organizations, today announced the launch of a new online survey aimed at discovering the most controversial e-discovery issues corporations and law firms are facing today. Everyone that completes the survey will be entered to win one of 2 new Apple TVs and $25 iTunes gift cards.

As a follow up to the survey, Exterro will be hosting a five part webcast series in 2016 addressing the top five (5) issues voted on. Each webcast will include expert analysis and advice on tackling each challenge. "Over the past few years Exterro has earned a strong reputation for creating and delivering high quality content that enables e-discovery practitioners to be better in their roles. As we look to 2016 we want to ensure we are producing the most highly relevant information to our audience," said Bill Piwonka, Exterro's Chief Marketing Officer.

To take the survey and be entered to win an Apple TV and $25 iTunes gift card, click here by December 22, 2015.

About Exterro

Exterro®, Inc. is the preferred provider of software specifically designed for in-house legal and IT teams at global 2000 organizations. Founded with the simple vision that applying the concepts of process optimization and data science to the way companies respond to litigation would drive more successful outcomes at a lower cost, Exterro is once again positioned as a leader in Gartner's 2015 Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software. Built on an open architecture platform, Exterro's e-discovery and information governance software integrates with existing IT, HR and legal systems to deliver complete visibility into all critical data required for managing information assets more efficiently.

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