TERIS taps experienced eDiscovery Sales Professional & Manager Mark S. Neace to lead its fast-growing Chicago office.
Chicago (PRWEB) July 6, 2010 -- TERIS announced today the hiring of Mark S. Neace as Managing Partner for its thriving Chicago office. TERIS views this key hire as the cornerstone in an aggressive talent recruitment campaign that will continue throughout the near future.
As a proven motivator and mentor, Mark brings to the TERIS team over 12 years of extensive experience in data management, litigation, eDiscovery rules, processing, web hosting, early case assessment tools, coding, review and production. He is also an accomplished sales leader with a proven track record of building business, while maintaining and growing existing relationships – a talent that is particularly well-suited for the dynamic and growing Chicago office.
Prior to joining TERIS, Mark was a senior Sales Manager and Consultant with a Chicago-area litigation support company. His duties included: handling all sales department decision-making, distributing territories, recruiting key personnel, and overseeing operations P&L.
Founded in 1996, TERIS provides legal support and sophisticated eDiscovery solutions to corporate legal teams and law firms across the U.S. and internationally. TERIS’ staff of over 300 was named one of the top 20 eDiscovery service providers by industry researcher Socha-Gelbmann in 2008. The company operates a free job board for the legal profession at www.discoverlegaljobs.com and has offices in Seattle, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Diego, Phoenix, Austin, Dallas and Chicago. To learn more about TERIS, visit www.TERIS.com or follow the company on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/DiscoverTERIS.
Media Contact: David Kaufer, 425-275-8814 (mobile); 206-521-8717 (office) or DKaufer (at) TERIS.com
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