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Business Leader Thomas Hegelund Joins eDiscovery Provider E-STET as CEO

Former Thomson Reuters executive joins E-STET as Chief Executive Officer, setting company on path for growth.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2016

Thomas Hegelund joined eDiscovery and managed services provider E-STET as Chief Executive Officer on May 9, 2016. Hegelund arrives at E-STET equipped with a diverse range of business experience, having worked in multiple C-level positions in the healthcare and legal industries. As CEO of the Scandinavian division of Thomson Reuters, he helped revitalize the company's regional presence, doubling revenue by the end of his time there. Additionally, he helped lead the expansion of Thomson Reuters into Germany. Before E-STET, Hegelund had extensive experience in the healthcare IT industry and headed the clinical information and software business of Truven Health Analytics, now part of IBM Watson.

"E-STET is a company that is poised for a lot of growth. The energy the team has is incredible and I am excited to lead them to the next level," Hegelund said. "I'm excited to be part of E-STET's mission of using technology to make the practice of law more efficient."

"I'm grateful to have Thomas's broad range of experience and proven leadership at E-STET," said Michael Dunn, President of E-STET. "Thomas's vision for E-STET will really help us expand our presence nationally," Dunn added.

E-STET founder, Salim Elkhou, is now focusing on Atlas Discovery, a web-based information platform that automates data collection and processing. Atlas Discovery seamlessly integrates with major email services, including Gmail and Outlook, storage repositories, like Dropbox and Box, and social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, allowing users to start cases with full searching and analyzing capabilities.

"E-STET has been on a constant growth path for the last nine years, and will undoubtedly get a big boost under Thomas's leadership. I am excited to keep working alongside E-STET to develop more efficient tools for the industry," said Elkhou.