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Rochester Business Journal
April 8, 2014

Xerox Corp. has acquired New York City-based Smart Data Consulting Corp. to expand its e-discovery services and technology consulting capabilities designed for law firms and corporations.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition strengthens Xerox’s e-discovery technical and process expertise by adding Smart Data’s leadership team and 22 employees, Xerox said. It also expands Xerox’s managed review and collection capabilities.

“We’re blending key capabilities with market demand with this acquisition,” said Manoj Sharma, executive managing director of Xerox Litigation Services, in a statement.

Founded in New York in 2009, Smart Data is used worldwide by Fortune 500 corporations, mid-market companies and some of the world’s largest law firms and boutique litigation firms.

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