PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwire - September 21, 2010) - Thirty organizations gathered at Exterro, Inc.'s annual user conference, inFusion, in the Columbia River Gorge to exchange proven methods for increasing efficiency, reducing risks and costs in the litigation process.

"For in-depth coverage of complex topics relevant to e-discovery practitioners and strategists alike, Exterro's inFusion user conference proved to be a valuable return on investment of time," said Dan Klinger, senior manager, Global Information Security, Hershey Company. "Each workshop, general lecture and breakout session provided an interactive learning experience unlike any other, led by e-discovery luminaries from IT, legal and records management."

During the conference, held Sept. 13-14, e-discovery thought leaders attended in-depth sessions, hands-on training, and networking events. Exterro Fusion product experts demonstrated the latest in legal technology innovation and gave attendees a behind-the-scenes look at upcoming Exterro Fusion releases. E-discovery experts hosted interactive panel discussions, workshops and breakout sessions to share business, legal and technology strategies and provide feedback on future product direction.

"I appreciate the way suggestions or product improvements are acted upon by Exterro -- their turnaround time on enhancement requests is very good," said Todd Kiddoo, legal project manager at Deere and Company. "Getting a behind-the-scenes look at Exterro Fusion gave me the utmost confidence that Exterro is catering to me as a customer and a user, and working to make Fusion even more relevant to my business."

"Our annual conference brings together our valued customers -- the best and the brightest from Fortune 500 and Am Law 100 legal and IT departments -- for an open dialogue with Exterro to share input and requirements for future releases," said Exterro President and CEO Bobby Balachandran. "Attending the inFusion conference is also the best way for e-discovery practitioners and managers to learn from one another, make new connections within the industry and discover the newest techniques, products and services to make the most of their Fusion investments."

Exterro's conference featured sessions on multidimensional implementations of Fusion, data mapping, integrations and data migration best practices, improving communications between IT and legal, and many other topics. Speakers included leaders from Hershey Company, Walt Disney Company, Supervalu, Church & Dwight, Co., Inc., Fidelity National Financial, Biogen Idec, United Technologies Corporation, Haynes and Boone LLP and Williams Mullen.

Next year's conference will be held in the early fall. Exterro is now accepting abstracts for sessions, workshops, panel discussions and focus groups for next year's conference online at http://exterro.com/infusion10/interact.

About Exterro
Exterro, Inc. is the leading provider of legal governance, risk management and compliance software solutions. Exterro's solutions enable legal teams to control risks, reduce costs, enforce compliance and streamline processes by tightening collaboration between outside counsel, in-house legal teams, cross-platform business units, service providers and resources. Exterro pioneered e-discovery workflow management technology, and continues to expand its innovative Fusion suite of applications -- Genome, Legal Hold, Discovery Workflow Management, and Fusion Cloud Legal Hold. The complete Fusion platform provides an end-to-end legal governance, risk assessment and information management solution. Fusion integrates seamlessly with existing business processes and enterprise systems. For more information, visit www.exterro.com, or contact the company directly at +1 877-398-3776.