Casepoint today (8 February) announces that the company has officially expanded its North American offering, opening a dedicated data centre in Canada. Canadian corporations, government agencies, and law firms will now have access to Casepoint’s Legal Hold and eDiscovery software within Canada. The move comes in response to an increasing demand in the Canadian market for secure, cloud-based legal discovery technology for litigation, investigations, and compliance. It also addresses data residency requirements for organisations operating within Canadian borders.
“We’re thrilled to be able to offer our industry-leading Legal Hold and eDiscovery software to Canadian customers for the first time after years of mounting interest in Casepoint in this market,” said Haresh Bhungalia, Casepoint’s CEO. “Not only will we be able to provide major organisations a leading alternative to legacy eDiscovery systems, we’ll also meet jurisdictional and data privacy law requirements, including the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).”
Like its U.S. counterpart, Casepoint’s Canadian cloud-based solution exceeds all NIST and SOC controls to manage cybersecurity risks.
“The biggest benefit of our data centre is lower latency for our Canadian customers, which allows for faster data transfers, especially for larger data sets,” said Sundhar Rajan, Casepoint’s chief information officer. “The data centre is also backed by Casepoint’s rigorous approach to cybersecurity, giving Canadian organizations even more reason to choose Casepoint.”