Cenza Partners with DAS on Managed Document Review

Cenza is excited to announce its strategic partnership with Data Analysis Services (DAS) so as to provide a complete UK and offshore Managed Document Review solution. Together, we comprehensively deliver on the big three: quality, cost, and speed.

“Partnering with DAS has been a very fulfilling experience for us at Cenza, helping us to serve our clients better by offering both onshore and offshore document review with a customizable pricing model as well as much-needed tech powered/enabled, scalable, and cost-effective solutions.”  –  Aditya Mirza, CEO, Cenza

Our Managed Document Review team comprises of document review lawyers and paralegals qualified in the UK, US, and other common law jurisdictions, with capabilities in major global foreign languages.

“This partnership enables us to deliver either onshore or offshore solutions, or a bespoke blend of both, enabling our clients to address multi-location requests with tighter control over cost in mind.

Our joint effort directly addresses one of the major eDisclosure/eDiscovery drivers: proportionality.” – Juan Di Luca, Founder at DAS Info

With legal expertise spanning litigation, arbitration, and regulatory investigation, our end-to-end Managed Document Review, including Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) and Data Breach Notification services , provides a strategic advantage to our clients through cost reduction, efficiency optimization, quick turnaround times, transparency, and guaranteed accuracy.

DAS manages projects out of London, providing client management and final quality assurance, while Cenza’s team in India focuses on review and project management with lawyers who are Relativity-certified document reviewers, and team leaders.

Read more about our joint Onshore and Offshore Document Review Service offering.

Aditya Mirza

Aditya Mirza

Aditya has a strong background in financial services and legal outsourcing. He has worked in business development and implementation of offshore services for over ten years. In this period, he managed a large number of client engagements for firms in the US, the UK, Canada and Australia. Aditya previously worked at Deutsche Bank, New York. He has a Masters in Finance from Brandeis University and a Bachelor in Accounting from Loyola College, India.

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