Longtime Ties Between Litigation Support Firms Lead to Business Combination

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) October 13, 2015

eDiscovery provider, Advanced Discovery, announced today that it has acquired the eDiscovery Division of Pittsburgh, PA-based Ditto Document Services, Inc.

Advanced Discovery’s acquisition will enhance Ditto’s ability to provide the full spectrum of eDiscovery services to their clients.

“We have partnered with Ditto on a number of projects over the years, and I have seen first-hand Ditto’s commitment to its employees and the clients it serves,“ said David Vandygriff, CEO of Advanced Discovery. “Ditto’s customer-driven focus mirrors our own, and we are pleased that our investment in Ditto will help the team deliver more depth and breadth to its discovery services.”

The Ditto acquisition is an example of Advanced Discovery’s selective multi-channel growth strategy, which continues to draw notice. For the fourth year in a row, Advanced Discovery landed on Inc. magazine’s 5000, an influential list tracking the fastest growing privately-owned businesses in the US.

As part of its latest growth efforts, Advanced Discovery is excited about Ditto’s eDiscovery opportunities in the Pittsburgh region. Ditto will now be able to leverage Advanced Discovery's national footprint and add such components as forensic data collections and managed attorney review to its current offerings that include consultation, eDiscovery processing, web-hosted document review and paper discovery.

“This is an unbelievable opportunity for Ditto. This partnership between Ditto and Advanced Discovery will enable the company that we started to reach its full potential, the benefits of which will be felt by our clients,” said Ditto President Steven Shriber, who founded the company with his brother, Ken Shriber, 20 years ago. “Our collaboration with Advanced Discovery has gone so well over the past year that this merger became the natural progression of business, and we are thrilled to offer the additional services Advanced Discovery will bring to our long-standing dedicated clients.”

About Advanced Discovery
Advanced Discovery is an award-winning, end-to-end eDiscovery software and services provider, supporting law firms and corporations nationwide since 2002. Advanced Discovery offers project planning and budgeting, data preservation and forensic collection, early case assessment, hosted review, managed document review and more from its numerous state-of-the-art facilities across the country. The company employs leading professionals in the industry, applies defensible workflows and provides industry-proven technology across all aspects of the eDiscovery life cycle. Advanced Discovery’s customized XpressLook platform provides the fastest load speeds in the industry and real-time information to help legal teams quickly and defensibly reduce vast volumes of electronic data to expedite eDiscovery and reduce costs. This devotion to excellence has earned Advanced Discovery inclusion on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the US and recognition as a top provider by Legal Times, Texas’ Best and other publications.

About Ditto
Initially founded as Ditto Document Services, Ditto supplied document reproduction for law firms. The company evolved with the industry to offer a wide range of litigation support and eDiscovery services. Over the years Ditto added a second division providing digital marketing and printing services. Ken Shriber, CEO, will continue to run the Digital Marketing Division of Ditto. Although the companies have co-existed for several years, the acquisition of the legal division will enable Ditto to expand its services and reach, while the Digital Marketing Division will continue to focus on meeting its customers' diverse marketing needs. Ditto has consistently been voted as one of the 100 “Best Places to Work” in Western Pennsylvania.

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For more information contact:
Website: http://www.advanceddiscovery.com
Company: Advanced Discovery
Contact Name: Glenda Hoffman
Email: marketing(at)advanceddiscovery(dot)com

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