Logikcull was founded in 2004 by CEO Andy Wilson and CTO Sheng Yang as an eDiscovery services company. Initially, the company specialized in data processing for some of the highest profile disputes, including Microsoft antitrust litigation and matters related to the subprime lending crisis. After several successful years operating as a vendor, during which it was named among the fastest growing legal tech companies in the world, Logikcull became fed up with opaque fee arrangements and reliance on complex technology in the vendor market, so the company pivoted to cloud-based software. Logikcull launched its cloud-based platform in April 2013, with the goal of democratizing discovery so that it can be done by anyone, anywhere, at any time. It permanently shuttered its services business in 2016 based on the global success of that platform. Logikcull is now based in San Francisco and venture-backed by some of the most well known firms in Silicon Valley. In 2017, it grew its customer base by more than 500%.