Highly respected industry leader will focus on solutions for law firms and corporations and project management.
Washington, D.C. – Modus, a leading provider of eDiscovery business intelligence services, today announced that Leah Byers has joined Modus as National Solutions Architect and Project Manager.
“I am thrilled Leah has joined our team. She brings some of the most valued skill sets in our industry. She has strong technology, process and engagement credentials that have enhanced client experiences for many years. Having been a national litigation support coordinator for Akerman LLP, one of the largest law firms in the United States, Leah understands and delivers sustained client trust. Her background in technology with Intel and Motorola provides a deep foundation to handle technology challenges. When you combine these skills with a deep commitment to serving clients and her community work with the St. Jude Children’s Hospital, it is no surprise our clients and our team have embraced Leah so quickly. She is an amazing and talented woman,” says Steven Horan, Chairman and CEO at Modus.
“I see so many opportunities here at Modus. We are at the right place at the right time. I was intrigued by the Modus transformation from what I had heard from the outside but have been overwhelmed by what I have seen and experienced on the inside. The level of collaboration, commitment, transparency, agility, lack of bureaucracy, technology scale and continual process excellence is simply astounding. While so many organizations in our industry are burning people out, the team here is energized on a daily basis. This is a company that is being built for long-term success. I am thrilled to be a part of this wonderful story,” says Byers.
Modus is an innovative eDiscovery company that helps law firms and corporations optimize their eDiscovery matters by orchestrating pristine communication between people, processes and technologies. Modus’ advanced suite of eDiscovery and managed service solutions helps clients leverage critical business intelligence to make better-informed legal business decisions.