Good Things Come in Threes, or is it Fours?

You know the adage that good things come in threes.  I may need to revise my understanding of that saying because we, at Shepherd Data, are coming off a string of four good things!

The First Thing:

Complex Discovery named us to their list of Top eDiscovery Companies.  We are thrilled.

The Second Thing:

I was recently named to Minnesota Business Magazine’s The (Real) Power 50.  I am humbled and honored particularly by the second part of  the award description “a knack for getting things done – and being helpful along the way.”  Since helpfulness is a foundation to the Shepherd Data mission, we love this validation.

The Third Thing:

Neal St. Anthony of the Minneapolis Star Tribune wrote a profile on Shepherd Data Services, Sadie, and me.  Among other topics, he reported on Engelmeier & Umanah’s, Merchant & Gould’s, and League of Minnesota Cities’ experiences with us. We are gratified by their comments.

The Fourth Thing:

Once again, kCura, developers of the e-discovery software Relativity, recently recognized Shepherd Data Services with the coveted Relativity Best in Service partner designation. With more than 130,000 active users in 40+ countries, including the U.S. Department of Justice and 190+ of the Am Law 200, kCura’s customer service standards are famously high. We, at Shepherd Data, are honored and proud to have met and surpassed their standards.

We are set to revise the adage.  What do you think?



About the Author Chris

Author Avatar Christine Chalstrom is the Founder, CEO, and President of Shepherd Data Services, Trustee, Mitchell Hamline Law School and Adviser, Center for Law and Business. She has spoken widely on the Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures, Digital Forensics, and eDiscovery best practices. Her credits include presentations to the American Bar Association, Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), Corporate Counsel Institute, MN Association of Corporate Counsel, MN Association of Litigation Support Professionals, MN CLE, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute. She is an attorney, programmer, and forensic examiner.