Nuix promotes key executives Jim Kent and Deborah Baron

Nuix, a worldwide provider of information management technologies, announced it has promoted key executives Jim Kent and Deborah Baron as part of a significant realignment of the company’s resources. The company has created four dedicated business units: Information Governance and eDiscovery; Intelligent Migration; Investigations; and Litigation Support.

“We are rapidly expanding the company in a way that leverages our strengths and enables our incredible team of talented and passionate employees to be as successful as they can be,” said Nuix Global CEO Eddie Sheehy.Jim Kent, who has been with Nuix since January 2012, has been appointed as Global Head of Nuix’s Investigations business and will continue in his role as CEO of Nuix EMEA.

“Dr Jim Kent pioneered digital forensic investigation and e-disclosure in the United Kingdom and has more than 15 years experience in law enforcement, government and business,” said Sheehy. “Jim will continue to be the driving force behind our innovation for the investigator community.”

Deborah Baron, who joined Nuix in January 2013, has been promoted to CEO of Nuix North America and Global Head of Nuix’s Information Governance and eDiscovery business.

“Deborah Baron is an industry thought leader whose wisdom and expertise make her the ideal person to lead us across new frontiers in eDiscovery, compliance and information governance,” said Sheehy.

Sheehy cited the upcoming release of Nuix 5 as a key reason for the business change.

“Nuix 5 will include breakthrough extensions to the capabilities of the patented Nuix Engine that will unleash exciting new opportunities for Nuix, our partners and our customers,” he said.

About Nuix

Nuix (www.nuix.com) is a worldwide provider of information management technologies, including eDiscovery, electronic investigation and information governance software. Nuix customers include the world’s leading advisory firms, litigation support providers, enterprises, government departments, law enforcement agencies, and all of the world’s major corporate regulatory bodies.

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