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KANSAS CITY, Kan., Oct. 7, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Epiq Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:EPIQ), a leading global provider of technology-enabled solutions for the legal profession, today announced that Ramesh Chaturvedi has joined the company as vice president of product management.
Chaturvedi brings more than 17 years of product management leadership experience to his role. Prior to joining Epiq, Chaturvedi led product management teams at Mitchell International, Damaka Inc., Fidelity Investments and Texas Instruments.
"We are pleased to welcome Ramesh and the expertise that he brings to Epiq," said Brad D. Scott, president and chief operating officer of Epiq Systems. "Ramesh will focus on ensuring that Epiq continues to deliver market-leading, cross-business solutions to our clients, building out Epiq's electronic discovery, corporate restructuring and class action and mass tort solutions, and ensuring Epiq remains in a leadership position in the legal technology market."
Chaturvedi holds a master's degree in business administration from MIT Sloan School of Management, and bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Texas in Electrical Engineering. In addition, he holds eight US and international patents in the fields of peer-to-peer communications and data security.
About Epiq Systems
Epiq Systems is a leading global provider of technology-enabled solutions for electronic discovery, bankruptcy, and class action and mass tort administration. We offer full-service capabilities to support litigation, investigations, financial transactions, regulatory compliance and other legal matters. Our innovative technology and services, combined with deep subject-matter expertise, provide reliable solutions for the professionals we serve. Visit us at www.epiqsystems.com.
Source:Epiq Systems, Inc.