Logikcull is a global software company disrupting an $80+ billion industry you’ve probably never heard of. As a company, we’re solving a too-serious problem. As people, we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
We work hard, rib each other and start with the “why.” We put our customers first. We do impactful work. We solve problems creatively. And yes, we spell Logikcull impossibly.
We said goodbye to HQ in February 2020 and haven’t looked back. We think being remote levels the playing field, and creates more time for the stuff that matters more than work.
We plant a tree for every new matter created in Logikcull. That’s a little forest every month.
Are you a "rambunctious lobster"? An "ambitious anaconda"? A "magic bat"? Then you'd love our Friday tradition, 3-Minute Animal, where we challenge each other to the best animal+random adjective doodle. But more to the point: you'd love the Logikcull team: a talented, hardworking, ridiculous and ridiculously funny group of individualists, innovators and contrarians.
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We live in a world where data is no longer information. It's noise. Think about it. Social media. Zoom calls. Chat and DMs. It's all noise.
But legal deadlines don't account for this noisy new world. Neither do budgets. And eDiscovery software wasn't built to handle it. So what? Well, the fact is that more than 97% of all data that gets swept up in discovery is completely irrelevant. It's noise. And for legal and IT teams of all sizes, that noise is making discovery a total nightmare.
Logikcull helps organizations cull through the noise with speed and ease to make discovery fast, affordable, and secure to everyone. That's why it's #1 for discovery software and the trusted platform for more than 1,500 corporations, law firms, and government agencies globally.
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's founders 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. In 2017, it grew its customer base by more than 500%, and has continued to grow quickly in the years since. Logikcull has raised $40 million in venture capital from some of the most well-regarded VC firms, including NEA, OpenView and Storm.
After several successful years operating as a vendor, during which it landed at 181 on the Inc. 500, Logikcull's founders 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.
Based on Logikcull.com's initial success and quick adoption among law firms, government agencies and corporate law departments, it secured its A round from OpenView, the venture firm known for backing product-led growth companies.
Logikcull introduced the first ever consumption-based pricing for discovery. That pay-as-you-go model, combined with maturity in the self-serve nature of the software, led to explosive customer growth and a B round led by NEA, the first venture investor in Apple.
By 2021, Logikcull hosted more than 50,000 matters, serving 1,500+ customers worldwide and more than 38,000 users, from the smallest law firms to the largest corporate legal departments and cities in the world.