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  1. Posted November 24, 2008 at 7:12 AM | Permalink

    Re: The capability to transfer data between the Clearwell Electronic Discovery Platform and the eView Review Tool from ONSITE3.

    Is this provided by the EDRM XML schema – or just a standard load file? Seems as though the unique capability is one that is achievable by all vendors using some sort of standard for data transfer.

    Also – seems interesting ONSITE3 would not integrate some of its EDD processing capability – as they highlight the fact that they have a fully integrated platform (processing/review).

  2. Posted January 20, 2009 at 7:50 AM | Permalink

    Not sure how that will work out for them in the long run. Now that DTI has bought ONSITE3, perhaps they will become a Discovery Cracker Shop as well.

    I heard from several sources that Clearwell has raised their license / fees by 25% – Seems like this could make it even harder for service providers relying on the clearwell solution to do their processing too make a profit. With ONSITE3 Loosing $1 Million a month, who knows what direction the New Owners will take.

  3. Posted January 28, 2009 at 4:20 PM | Permalink

    I find it interesting in these tough economic times that Clearwell is raising their license fees by 25%.

  4. Deborah Johnson
    Posted March 9, 2009 at 1:46 PM | Permalink

    I’m confused Tom; I thought Integreon bought ONSITE3?

    Monday, February 23, 2009

    Integreon Pays $9 Million for Bankrupt Onsite

    As a follow up to my previous post titled Integreon Purchases Onsite3’s Secured Debt Before Onsite3 Files Chapter 11 , it has been reported that Ayala Corp., the holding company of Integreon, paid $9 million for the bankrupt Onsite.

    BussinesWorld Online News Story:
    Rufino Luis T. Manotok, chief finance officer of the country’s oldest conglomerate, told BusinessWorld the firm, through BPO unit Integreon Managed Solutions, Inc., had bought Virginia-based On-site Sourcing, Inc. for $9 million.

    “The company will focus on investing in the BPO industry. While its growth rate might slow down, the industry will still grow,” Mr. Manotok said in an interview on Friday.

    Last year, revenues of the local outsourcing industry went up by more than a quarter to $6 billion and are expected to grow by as much as a third this year.

    “In times of stress that’s when opportunity will arise, and we do not want to be caught in a situation where there is [an acquisition] opportunity and we do not have the cash,” he said.

  5. Posted March 9, 2009 at 3:06 PM | Permalink

    Deborah – you are correct – and this can be seen in the Washington Post dated February 9th/2009 @ (ONSITE3, Integreon, and Clearwell Mentioned In WP Listing).

  6. Posted March 10, 2009 at 4:43 AM | Permalink

    For accurate information about Integreon and Onsite3, see the Integreon press release at (Integreon press release re Onsite3)

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