Saturday, September 27, 2008

Navigant and Stratify Form Strategic eDiscovery Partnership

CHICAGO and MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – September 24, 2008 - Navigant Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: NCI), a global consulting firm providing dispute, investigative, operational, risk management and financial advisory solutions, and Stratify, Inc., a subsidiary of Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM) and leading global eDiscovery service provider, announce today that they have formalized a strategic partnership to provide law firms and legal departments with an end-to-end eDiscovery solution for early case assessment and high-productivity review.

Since 2005 Navigant Consulting and Stratify have successfully partnered on over 50 complex eDiscovery projects involving identification, preservation, collection, processing, review, analysis and production overseen by shared project management on eDiscovery matters. Navigant Consulting’s eDiscovery project management expertise combined with Stratify’s dynamic eDiscovery solution will offer major corporations and their legal counsel powerful and cost effective capabilities for fast and accurate document reviews in response to regulatory investigations and litigation. In addition, Navigant Consulting will integrate its Microsoft SharePoint technology with Stratify’s eDiscovery review environment to provide clients greater visibility into the status of their projects.

“Our strategic partnership with Stratify will provide companies with dynamic and unparalleled options to solve their most complex eDiscovery issues,” said Richard Finkelman, Managing Director and leader of Navigant Consulting’s Discovery Services practice. “A key element of the end-to-end service offering will be the integration between Navigant Consulting’s Discovery Portal and the Stratify Legal Discovery™ service. Clients will be able to access project information from the earliest preservation and collection efforts to the processing reports and review metrics. The ability to manage end-to-end eDiscovery information from one convenient and central location is a primary goal of the technology sharing,” added Finkelman.

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