01 Feb 2011

"Business process" is not a dirty word: Katey Wood, ESG

Posted in: Exterro News, Legal Tech 2011 3 Comments

Sarah Brown

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting with one of the industry’s foremost analysts, Katey Wood, who recently left The 451 Group to join Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), and nailed her down for a few quick questions about the e-discovery industry:

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3 Responses to “"Business process" is not a dirty word: Katey Wood, ESG”

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  2. Cerack says:

    Great info. I’ve bookmarked this site.

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