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D4 Honored as One of Rochester's Top 100

Growing National eDiscovery, Computer Forensics and Information Security Company Named to Prestigious List for Fourth Year in a Row.

Nov 12 2013, 7:02am CST | by PR.com

Rochester, NY, November 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- D4, LLC, a national leader in managed services, litigation support and eDiscovery solutions for law firms and corporate law departments, announced today that the company has been recognized by the Rochester Business Alliance and KPMG, LLP as one of Rochester’s Top 100 for 2013, ranking twentieth on the list. The Rochester Top 100 is an annual program which ranks the fastest-growing privately held companies in the Upstate New York region.

"We are truly honored to be included on the Rochester Top 100 list for the fourth year in a row," said John Holland, CEO and Founder of D4. "Our continued presence on the list is attributed to several key factors: our investment in people, cutting-edge technology, and a continuous quest to find better ways to help our customers with the challenges of information management, eDiscovery and litigation."

2013 has been another exciting year for D4 with continued national expansion in markets like New York, Chicago, Phoenix and Omaha. Martha MacPherson, D4’s Vice President of Marketing said, “D4 has added court reporting and deposition services to our line of solutions and increased our resources in the areas of computer forensics and digital investigations, litigation support consulting and information security.” MacPherson continued, “We were also honored with the 2013 ETHIE Award from the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation and landed on the Inc. 5000 list for the third year in a row.”

D4 has experienced rapid growth since its founding in 1997. The company is firmly rooted in the Rochester area as it continues to grow, adding jobs in the local community and across the nation as well.

About D4, LLC
D4 is a leading national provider of electronic discovery, computer forensics and litigation support services to law firms and Fortune 1000 companies. D4 was one of the first providers to offer an eDiscovery Managed Services solution, eNtrust, which launched in 2011. D4 has been instrumental in helping customers realize up to a 70 percent cost reduction over previous eDiscovery solutions. The company’s state-of-the-art data center operations in Rochester are complemented by electronic discovery and litigation support offices throughout the U.S. D4 has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US and is an Inc. 500/5000 honoree. Visit http://www.d4discovery.com for more information.

Contacts:
Martha MacPherson
Vice President of Marketing, D4
mmacpherson@d4discovery.com
585-512-3758

Contact Information:
D4
Martha MacPherson
585 385 4040
Contact via Email
www.d4discovery.com

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