PHILADELPHIA – April 12, 2018 – InOutsource, an industry-leading information governance consulting firm, has expanded its staff with the addition of two new solutions consultants. Alec Schoenfeld and Chris Parise join the company in roles focused on implementation of conflicts and new matter intake solutions for law firms.
The additions underscore the continuing growth of InOutsource. In the past year, the company has announced projects with leading law firms including Loeb & Loeb LLP, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, and Thompson Hine LLP. It has also expanded its services over the past three years to include business intelligence and analytics, FileTrail implementations, additional Intapp product implementation services and training seminars focused on conflicts of interest. As a result of these efforts, the company has increased its workforce by 50 percent.
InOutsource celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2017.
Schoenfeld, a lawyer by training, previously worked as a senior researcher in the conflicts department of an Am Law 100 law firm. While there, he developed in-depth knowledge of the conflicts function in large law firms and a practical appreciation for the impact of software implementation projects on firm personnel.
Parise has worked in highly regulated environments in the public and nonprofit sectors. His unique perspective in reporting and monitoring compliance matters stems from his experience designing, implementing and maintaining digital recordkeeping solutions.
“Our mission is to help law firms create, sustain and evolve stronger information governance programs through consultation and technology. Our proven experience in areas such as information governance needs assessment, records management implementations, business intelligence and new business intake has allowed us to work with some of the world’s leading law firms. We are excited to welcome both Alec and Chris to InOutsource and their contributions to the company,” stated Nancy Beauchemin, president and founder of InOutsource.