From the December 4, 2009 Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) – by Deirdre Gregg Staff Writer
When Stefan Wikstrom looks around at his industry, he sees billion-dollar companies in turmoil, slashing employees and consolidating management.
As far as he’s concerned, that’s a good thing.
Chaos among competitors has resulted in a glut of skilled employees and a chance to gain market share for Teris, a Seattle-based litigation support and e-discovery company that provides services to law firms and in-house legal departments ranging from making paper copies to sophisticated digital forensics.
The company, which expects revenue of about $25 million this year, has grown to about 300 employees in seven full-service facilities and a new sales offices in Chicago. That’s more than triple the company’s revenue in 2001.