SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - June 15, 2009) - CaseCentral, the leader in secure, on-demand eDiscovery software for corporate counsel and law firms looking to simplify and take control of eDiscovery, today announced that Sanjay Mehta has joined the company as chief technology officer (CTO) and vice president of engineering. Most recently chief architect and vice president of engineering at Mimosa Systems, Mehta's intimate knowledge of the eDiscovery lifecycle, beginning with collection and preservation, provides strategic insight and understanding of customer issues and a unique perspective from which to expand CaseCentral's eDiscovery review platform.

"Sanjay's thorough knowledge of eDiscovery software systems and product development combined with his relevant eDiscovery industry experience make him an excellent fit as our new CTO," said Tom Thimot, president and CEO, CaseCentral. "His leadership will continue to drive the innovation of CaseCentral's leading, on-demand eDiscovery review platform and increase the value delivered to clients."

Mehta brings more than twenty years of engineering and product development success and has been responsible for both hosted as well as on-premise software solutions. Mehta leads CaseCentral's software development initiatives to deliver customer value. CaseCentral offers the only integrated software application for early case assessment, analysis, first-pass review, four corners review and production, as well as the industry-first eDiscovery dashboard for process measurability.

Before joining CaseCentral, Mehta was chief architect and vice president of engineering at Mimosa Systems, where he led the development of the company's enterprise-class NearPoint archiving solution for multiple business purposes, including eDiscovery, compliance, storage management and disaster recovery. Mehta was also formerly vice president of software development at ZANTAZ (now Autonomy ZANTAZ), where he led the design, development and evolution of the company's highly scalable Digital Safe compliance archiving service, which supported a capacity of billions of messages. His product development initiatives for the enterprise archiving system created the foundational value for numerous global law firms and Fortune 25 corporations.

"Sanjay worked for me at Cemax-Icon, a Kodak Company, as well as at ZANTAZ, and has always impressed me with his unique talent of delivering innovative solutions through great teamwork, strong technological foundation and sharp focus on customer needs and business value. Sanjay will be a great VP of engineering and CTO for CaseCentral and I wish him all the best," said Jean-Luc Chatelain, VP & CTO, HP Software and Solutions.

"CaseCentral's integrated eDiscovery review platform has been providing corporations and law firms with a proven, differentiable solution for more than fifteen years," said Mehta. "I am really looking forward to leveraging my background and in-depth experience with the entire EDRM model to provide a highly scalable, intuitive and effective user experience to in-house and outside legal teams for their eDiscovery needs."

About CaseCentral

Founded in 1994, CaseCentral is the leader in secure, on-demand eDiscovery software for corporations and law firms to simplify and take control of eDiscovery. CaseCentral enables repeatable, defensible and measurable business processes that significantly reduce eDiscovery risk, cost and time. The CaseCentral eDiscovery review platform integrates early case assessment, processing, analysis, review and production capabilities, enabling customers to succeed with a single matter and seamlessly migrate to multi-matter, multi-party, multi-repository support within the same software platform. CaseCentral pioneered the use of process analytics, providing real-time measurement of review rates, quality rates and costs per document -- by matter, firm or user. CaseCentral has served more than 31 of the Fortune 100 and more than 82 of the AmLaw 100. For more information, call 1.800.714.2727 or visit Read 'Case in Point' cartoons, the lighter side of eDiscovery at: