DTI Looks for Next Step E-Discovery, Info Gov with Minority Investment in Valora

The investment allows Valora to focus on technology development over services, while DTI’s clients get access to data classification technology.

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The investment allows Valora to focus on technology development over services, while DTI’s clients get access to data classification technology.

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  • Whoops, which company ?

    In the 4th paragraph did you mean to state DTI vs FTI? "He noted that FTI was currently working on “active proposals” "

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