Demand for Legal GRC Paves Way for Exterro’s Global Expansion

Kavitha Thangasami

Exterro Primed for Significant Global Momentum in 2022 with Increased Headcount and Extensive Partner Growth 

Exterro Inc. the industry’s first provider of Legal GRC software, which unifies e-discovery, digital forensics and data privacy to drive successful, defensible outcomes for in-house legal, IT teams, privacy and law enforcement worldwide, today announced that increased demand for Legal GRC has contributed to huge company growth in 2021. The company is experiencing vast global expansion, increasing company headcount and growing its 200-strong partner channel, with the company primed for significant momentum in 2022 as the drive for Legal GRC intensifies.  

Dr Kavitha Thangasami, VP Global Talent Management & Chief Data Scientist, Exterro, said “While the PDP Bill is a step in the right direction, its implementation will be challenging for businesses in India. As organisations await the enactment of the bill, the time is now for identifying resources, processes, policy changes and technologies to manage the expected change. At Exterro, we’re looking to help create awareness and provide solutions to these future problems, today.”  

Exterro has partnered with local universities in India to bridge the gap between academia and business and continue to hire India’s brightest minds. The company has been actively hiring talent from  tier-2 and tier-3 cities in India as it aims to include people from diverse backgrounds into its workforce.  

Exterro has also hired over 50 employees across the globe, including Simon Whitburn as General Manager and Vice President of International Sales, where he is responsible for overseeing the sales, channel, business development and customer success departments, while leading the international business. Exterro plans to continue to invest significantly in India and operations in the region. India is a major strategic location for Exterro, and will be a hub to help the company grow in other markets, such as China, APAC an, Middle East and Africa.  

Davidson, Senior Director of International Marketing concluded, “We are in the midst of a perfect storm, with a multitude of industry changes and challenges generating a surge in demand for Legal GRC. We have spent years developing and building a robust scalable solution and our commitment to our customers is evident through our continued investment in our technology, our people, and our vision for the future: a single unified Legal GRC solution.” 

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