Dallas, TX, April 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Altep, Inc., a national provider of e-discovery and litigation support services, today announced that Nancy Daniel, Vice President for Client Services, has been named the Director of the Dallas Chapter of Women in E-Discovery for 2012-2013.
Women in e-Discovery provides education in the use of technology in the legal industry and promotes personal and professional growth of women. Additionally, members enjoy networking and leadership opportunities.
“I am honored to be named Director of this very worth-while organization,” said Daniel. “Empowering women, both in the legal industry and as professionals generally, has been a life-long commitment; by providing strong leadership and sound advice, today’s experienced women can impart strength and wisdom to tomorrow’s leaders, and I am proud to be a part of that continuum.”
Since its inception in 2007, Women in eDiscovery has grown globally to over 5,000 members and more than 30 chapters. Learn more about the organization at www.womeninediscovery.com.
Altep, Inc. provides end-to-end litigation management solutions. Services include early case assessment and litigation consulting; electronic and paper discovery; computer forensic investigation and analysis; magnetic media discovery; manual, synthetic and hybrid coding; and secure online document review.
Altep’s data and process management experts hold a variety of certifications and credentials, including EnCase Certified Forensic Examiner, Licensed Private Investigator, Certified Information Systems Security Professional and SNIA Certified Storage Professional. Additionally, team members are certified in a variety of industry-specific technologies. Find more information about Altep, Inc. at www.altep.com.