Mission: Our mission is to be the global leader in digital forensics and eDiscovery software to help our clients reduce risk and cost, facilitate justice and protect corporate data assets by providing superior customer service, innovative development and a company culture of empowerment ...
AccessData recently recognized a key member of our International Sales team, Linda Chandramohan!
Linda has received the "Employee of the Quarter" award
for 2nd Quarter! Linda is based out of our London offices, and according to her peers, is a Renewal Master. It doesn't matter if the renewal is small or large, she works with team members to close every renewal. Linda speaks several languages, which her clients appreciate. Linda joined AccessData in August 2014 and is a valuable member of the team. Congratulations, Linda!
AccessData Helps Uncover the Story Buried Deep Within Digital Data
Around the globe, our customers in law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and law firms rely on our premier digital investigation products and services to help them uncover key evidence buried in digital data to piece together the story to support their claim – whether for a legal matter, regulatory compliance or internal investigation. Our innovative, integrated and secure portfolio of solutions and single backend database―coupled with our deep roots in digital forensics and e-discovery―make AccessData a leader in the industry. After nearly 30 years, we’re more passionate than ever about revolutionizing digital investigations and litigation support. If you share that passion, consider joining our growing team!
New Company Focus, New Management
One of the corporate values at AccessData is being as open and transparent as possible with our team members, so we’d like to demonstrate that by honestly addressing a question you may be asking yourself right now: “Why do these guys have so many bad reviews on Glassdoor?”
Here is the story. Like a lot of companies in the B2B software industry, we faced some major challenges in the aftermath of the Great Recession. Instead of focusing on our core business, we jumped at too many emerging opportunities, with poor results, and that forced us to make a variety of tough decisions over the past few years, including the sale of one of those emerging businesses, as well as significant changes in our leadership. Unfortunately, those years were tough on some of our employees and – well – they have let those feelings be known here on this site.
But we want you to know that AccessData is now a new company under new management and we’re worth a new look! Starting in 2016, we refocused on our core strength as an innovative digital forensics software company and we’re now extending our leadership in this category with strong growth in key strategic products. As a result of this improvement in our business and corporate culture, we now have a stable workforce and a number of exciting product development projects underway that are generating buzz among our customers.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of AccessData. We want to make sure that our digital forensics tools continue to be the go-to products in our key markets worldwide over the coming years and decades. That’s where you come into the picture. So give our all-new company an all-new look.
Check out this link for AccessData's leadership team:
I worked at AccessData full-time (More than 8 years)
I worked at access Data for about 8 years and I can tell you it is a great place to work. It is definitely a sink or swim kind of work environment. Also felt if you are willing to work hard you can move up quickly. In addition, the products are good and the market is really interesting.
If you don’t want to work hard this is not the best place for you. There is not a lot of structure so if you are looking for that would seriously consider going to a larger company.
Short, sweet, and to the point. Met with manager and several team members. Asked basic questions regarding C# skills. Interviewed right after lunch, so it is possible people were tired and not up to asking challenging questions.
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