NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Franklin Data, a leader in delivering electronic discovery and digital forensics advisory and technology services, today announced that it has hired Henry Dicker, formerly Vice President, Global Events and Executive Director of Legaltech at ALM, as its first Chief Revenue Officer.
Mr. Dicker will be responsible for identifying and nurturing new opportunities while innovating ways Franklin Data clients consume our services. "We created the chief revenue officer position specifically for Henry," said Matthew Blake, Franklin Data's Chief Executive Officer and President. "His combination of industry knowledge and a diverse deep network is unmatched. Henry has a proven-successful background in disrupting legacy procurement models and the digital discovery industry needs Henry. I could not be more pleased that he is joining us."
Mr. Dicker spent 17 years at ALM as chief architect of Legaltech, the world's largest legal technology event, which multiplied in size under his stewardship. During his tenure, Mr. Dicker developed and implemented new revenue strategies, developed ALM's international business model, led sales and operational teams and built business engagement strategies for influencers within legal, financial, Insurance and advisory services.
He also is credited with the creation and implementation of CyberSecure, a cross-industry summit created to educate and connect industries on solutions and concerns for safeguarding data and reengineered others, including ALM's in-house business strategy.
Said Mr. Dicker, "For many years, I've watched Matt and his team build Franklin Data into one of the most respected companies in legal technology, with a reputation for creating solutions for its clients. I look forward to being a part of an organization that encourages and nurtures creativity and is so dedicated to its clients."
Among Mr. Dicker's responsibilities are Franklin Data's new Cyber advisory services, which helps clients understand what cyber security means to them with an emphasis on knowing where their data is. "The new cyber service is a great example of Franklin Data's commitment to safeguarding data for its clients. It's that dedication that has me so excited about joining the company," said Dicker.
About Franklin Data
Franklin Data works with clients to discover and manage data in modern ways that improve corporate and legal compliance often under time and geographical constraints. The company provides advisory and technology services that assist corporations, law firms, governments, and academia in the areas of electronic discovery and digital forensics. Founded in 2000 as one of the pioneer's in data discovery and forensics, Franklin Data's combination of technology and expertise is trusted by some of the world's more recognized brands for digital investigations and dispute readiness and response.
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