Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensic veteran Scott Andraschko joins TERIS Silicon Valley as Director of ESI

Addition of technology and computer forensic veteran solidifies firm’s expertise in ESI collections and Electronic Discovery engagements

Palo Alto, CA – November 23, 2009 – TERIS Silicon Valley announced today that leading Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensic expert Scott Andraschko joined the company as its new Director of Electronically Stored Information (ESI). Andraschko has more than 15 years experience in eDiscovery processing, ESI collection/acquisition and Computer Forensics. He will oversee both the imaging and ESI departments. His primary responsibilities are to streamline processes, document procedures, cross train employees, and provide training/reviews of all employees in those departments. He also will provide client support for sales representatives.

Scott brings to us a strong track record of successfully working with clients to reduce both the duration and cost of eDiscovery processing, analysis, and review,” said Kevin Brooks, TERIS Silicon Valley General Manager and Partner. “He has a thorough knowledge and understanding of eDiscovery, Forensic Services, Investigations and IT issues that will be valuable for our growing list of clients in the Silicon Valley.

Andraschko joins TERIS from McNamara Business Solutions, where he served as Director of Information Technology/eDiscovery. At McNamara he streamlined and automated all phases of EDD, enabling companies to accelerate early case assessments, lower processing costs, reduce review workload, and enhance the defensibility of e-discovery. He previously worked at KPMG as Manager Forensic Technology Services, where he successfully managed a 10 person team that operated at multiple sites performing end to end eDiscovery services. He also has experience managing multiple services including ESI collection/acquisition, early case assessment, culling, deduping, analysis and SaaS hosted review.

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