George Jon and UNICOM Engineering Form Strategic Partnership
Alliance Enables Rapid Delivery of Customized eDiscovery Platforms to Global Client Base
George Jon, Inc. and UNICOM Engineering are pleased to announce the formation of a global strategic partnership that unites George Jon’s eDiscovery platform architecture and consulting expertise with UNICOM Engineering’s global technology sourcing, integration, and logistics capabilities.
George Jon’s eDiscovery platforms, or “Kits”, are specifically designed and rigorously tested to provide performance, stability, and perfect eDiscovery functionality. George Jon’s eDiscovery Kits are built in collaboration with Dell Technologies Design Solutions on a broad portfolio of leading Dell Technologies infrastructure, including Dell Precision mobile workstations and Dell EMC PowerEdge servers to span customer needs from remote office to mobility and enterprise.
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UNICOM Engineering’s wide-reaching integration and service network enables George Jon’s eDiscovery Kits to be configured to exacting specifications for individual clients and rapid deployment worldwide. “UNICOM Engineering prides itself on the utmost in flexibility to meet the changing needs of our customers and their business initiatives,” said Rusty Cone, General Manager UNICOM Engineering.
“In order to capitalize upon the rapid growth of the eDiscovery industry in emerging markets and to continue to service our clients located in twenty-plus countries and on six continents, we pursued a partner that could add depth to our operational capabilities,” says Adam Chardukian, George Jon’s COO. “In UNICOM Engineering, we not only found the operational depth we were seeking, but a shared commitment to unparalleled customer service – a rarity in this line of business.”
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