KLDiscovery, Inc. (“KLD”), a leading global provider of electronic discovery, information governance and data recovery services, announced its acquisition of Superior Document Services, Inc. (“SDS”), a Richmond, Virginia-based full-service eDiscovery and litigation support provider.
KLDiscovery, Inc. Announces Acquisition of Superior Document Services, Inc.
SDS was founded in 1998 by Kriss Wilson and Renee Covington. It operates in the marketplace as “Superior” and “SDS Discovery.” SDS provides eDiscovery and litigation support services to Fortune 500 companies, law firms and government agencies across the United States.
“We are delighted to welcome the Superior team into the KLDiscovery family,” said Christopher Weiler, CEO of KLDiscovery. “Superior is a well-respected, full-service eDiscovery and litigation support provider in Virginia and has built its business by delivering high-touch, personalized document and eDiscovery services while ensuring the highest quality control and security standards, making them a natural fit with KLD. We believe the Superior customers will greatly benefit from our full suite of innovative solutions, exceptional project management and world-class technical support teams who are committed to providing the best customer service in the industry.”
KLDiscovery has a long history of successfully integrating companies it acquires into its global network. These acquisitions include Kroll Ontrack, AlphaLit, Turnstone, FlashData Solutions, RenewData, Credence Corporation, CopySecure, Elite Document Solutions, Strategic Legal Solutions, and Compiled. To support its organic and M&A growth strategies, KLD further strengthened its balance sheet and cash position with its recently completed merger with Pivotal Acquisition Corp. in December 2019.
“We are excited to be joining the KLDiscovery team,” said Renee Covington, Co-Founder of Superior Documents Services, Inc. “Our customers will immediately benefit from KLDiscovery’s industry leading platform, global presence and commitment to excellence.”