Meet Aaron Crews, Head of eDiscovery at Walmart. In his tenure at the behemoth and beyond, he’s seen the evolution of eDiscovery operations as both in-house and outside counsel. Crews understands firsthand the gravity of building strategies for a massive litigation profile that are repeatable, defensible, transparent, and cost-efficient. At Text IQ, we’re building solutions to address the most critical problems of eDiscovery. We sat down with Crews to learn more about the challenges he faces, and what excites him about the future of eDiscovery.
Welcome to Text IQ! We’re thrilled to launch our new website and blog, where we’ll be sharing news about the company, interviews with thought-leaders, ideas around developments in the industry, and (naturally) media mentions.
We’re honored to be featured in Forbes, where Alex Konrad writes about how Text IQ is transforming the discovery process in the legal world through its innovative use of AI. Konrad writes,
“Like other startups, Text IQ’s raised funding to solve that problem. Unlike others, Text IQ is profitable. And for its first outside funding, it’s taking only about $3 million from top investor Floodgate and a group of veteran legal counsels in a seed round its founders say could be the only money it ever needs.”
He goes on to talk about how Text IQ is already driving tremendous savings and impact. “Customers saved $3 million in legal expenses so far this year,” he writes, “not including the much higher costs of bad outcomes averted by its use.”
Read the rest of the piece here, and find out more about how Text IQ is protecting enterprises from high-stakes legal disasters.