DENVER, March 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Catalyst today announced the relaunch of its Global Partner Program featuring enhanced levels of training, co-marketing, and the differentiation critical to success in an increasingly homogenized market. To lead this effort, Catalyst has hired Andy Trabilsy as Director of Partner Development. Trabilsy is an e-discovery channel veteran with over 25 years of experience to lead the effort.
"Our partners are important components of Catalyst's business strategy and overall success," said John Tredennick, Catalyst's founder and CEO. "We are committed to investing in our partners' success and rewarding their efforts to better serve our mutual clients. With Andy at the helm of this program, I am confident that our partner program – and our partners – will be more successful than ever before."
Catalyst's Global Partner Program is a network of end-to-end technology and service providers that help clients lower their total cost of discovery. Catalyst and its partners work together to integrate Catalyst's powerful web-based repositories and innovative software with services to cover the full spectrum of e-discovery—from identification and collection through review, production and presentation.
"Catalyst is improving on its 15 years of experience in the channel by delivering machine learning for e-discovery in a platform built to deliver complete control to our partners," said Trabilsy. "This gives them the opportunity to supplement their core services with the most advanced e-discovery and TAR platform on the market today."
Partners can increase their revenue by offering a choice that will differentiate them from the sea of homogenous e-discovery providers. In addition to industry leading technology for litigation, compliance and investigations, Catalyst partners can take advantage of a variety of benefits that include generous discounts for hosting and services, joint marketing and public relations campaigns, sales support, training and technical resources.
Since Catalyst Insight is cloud-based, partners are able to offer the industry's most cutting-edge technology without having to invest in infrastructure, laborious software upgrades, licensing, training and associated start-up costs. As part of the enhanced program, Catalyst has launched new demo and self-guided certification programs as well as an Application Programming Interface (API) that delivers a new level of integration for billing, project management and data exchange.
As director of the program, Andy Trabilsy will develop and implement the strategy for Catalyst's global partner relationships. With more than 25 years of experience in e-discovery, information governance, archiving and storage, Andy has created partner programs and managed indirect sales channels for several companies. He most recently worked at DTI LLC as director of business development for information governance and formerly managed channel sales at StoredIQ and Fios, among other companies.
Andy has master's degrees in finance and international business from the University of Texas at Dallas, Jindal School of Management, and a bachelor's degree in technology from Purdue University. He is also a certified information governance practitioner.
Catalyst designs, hosts and services the world's fastest and most powerful document repositories for large-scale discovery and regulatory compliance. For more than 15 years, corporations and their counsel have relied on Catalyst to help reduce litigation costs and take control of complex legal matters. To learn more, visit catalystsecure.com or follow the company on Twitter at @CatalystSecure.
SOURCE Catalyst Repository Systems