To democratize discovery
Before you can understand and convince someone of anything you need to know the why. Why build this feature? Why solve this problem? Why hire this person? Why promote this person? We always start with the why and work backwards from there.
The Golden Rule. Treat others (customers, employees, partners, etc.) the way you want to be treated and always do the right thing.
We will move heaven and earth for our customers. It is our job to ensure every customer is successful using Logikcull and we always do the right thing and put customers first.
Our job is to remove complexity in everything we do. This requires a relentless pursuit to build systems and software that are powerfully simple.
Logikcull provides instant discovery for modern legal teams. Its secure, cloud-based solution helps law firms and organizations of all sizes solve the expensive, complex, and risky challenges associated with eDiscovery, internal investigations, and open records response. With Logikcull, you can start a discovery project in five seconds, from anywhere at any time on any device. Reviewing data is as easy as performing a Google search. And in Logikcull, your data is always secure. That’s why it’s trusted by the Fortune 500, Am Law 200, and governments of the biggest cities in the world.
Chief Executive Officer & Co-founder
Andy Wilson is Chief Executive Officer & Cofounder at Logikcull.com, which he launched in 2004 with CTO and cofounder, Sheng Yang. He is the visionary behind Logikcull’s product and marketing strategy, which focuses on simplifying and democratizing the processes associated with revealing what’s in data to three simple steps: upload > search > download. He earned his Bachelors in Business Information Technology from Virginia Tech.
Chief Technology Officer & Co-founder
Sheng Yang is Chief Technology Officer & Cofounder at Logikcull.com, which he launched in 2004 with CEO and cofounder, Andy Wilson. He is the visionary behind Logikcull’s Discovery Automation technology, which makes discovery and other data-intensive projects as simple as drag-and-drop. Sheng earned his Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Operating Officer at Logikcull, Barry leads the company's go-to-market team where he focuses on developing the people, processes and platforms needed to scale the business. He brings more than two decades of experience to Logikcull as a seasoned SaaS executive. Prior to joining Logikcull, Barry ran an operational consulting practice, working closely with technology leaders on issues such as team management, corporate culture, planning and team development. Before that, he was VP and GM of the Demandforce business at Intuit, leading a $100-million-revenue SaaS division serving small businesses in the services sector. Having joined Demandforce as a startup, Patrick was the company’s CMO, leading marketing, business development and product through the scaling phase and, ultimately, to the $400 million acquisition of the company by Intuit in 2012. Previously, he was VP and GM at Yahoo!, in addition to other roles in tech startups and investing.
Vice President of Business Development & Partnerships
Todd Eastman is the Vice President of Business Development & Partnerships at Logikcull.com, where he is responsible for driving new revenue growth and developing strategic partnerships. Since 2007, Todd has helped build Logikcull into one of the industry leaders. Todd earned his Bachelor’s in Business Information Technology from Virginia Tech.
Vice President of Finance
Evan Meagher is Logikcull’s Vice President of Finance, and oversees the company’s forecasting and strategic financial analysis activities. Evan has more than 15 years of experience in finance and technology, with experience in investment banking, hedge funds, private equity, and professional baseball. Prior to joining Logikcull, Evan was the Chief Compliance Officer and Vice President of Operations at SigFig Wealth Management, a digital wealth advisory provider to large financial institutions and their clients. Previously, he was the Chief Financial Officer of Marin Sun Farms, a vertically integrated meat producer, processor, and distributor. Evan holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.A. in Organizational Behavior from Stanford University, a J.D. from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and an M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, where he was Order of the Coif and won the inaugural Four Pillars Award for Intellectual Depth. Evan is a CFA charterholder.
Vice President of Sales
VP of Sales at Logikcull, he has more than two decades of sales, entrepreneurial and business leadership experience in both B2C and B2B markets. Formerly, he served as VP of Sales for Doubledutch, an enterprise SaaS provider with a disruptive marketing technology platform catering to the Fortune 100, and the corporate, legal and government sectors. He has also served as Sr. Sales Training and Development leader at Intuit, where he built sales and leadership development programs to scale. He has a bachelor’s in philosophy from Eastern Michigan University.
Vice President of Engineering
Adam Brill serves as VP of Engineering at Logikcull where he focus on scaling the team and technology to keep up with customer demand. Adam has 10 years of professional experience writing software and leading teams at both large and small companies. His specialties include creating fast and beautiful user interfaces across all screen sizes, attracting top talent, building teams, and inspiring developers to create the best work of their careers. He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Engineering from UCSB.
Partner, OpenView & Board Member at Logikcull
Blake helps identify value and lead investments in product-led businesses driving market dislocation. Prior to joining OpenView, he was a Vice President at Battery Ventures, where he focused on growth-stage software and Internet businesses. Blake joined Battery in 2009 and helped lead 10 investments, including Wayfair, Optimizely, Sprinklr, Catchpoint, Glassdoor, Tealium, Q2eBanking, Mass Relevance, and VSS Monitoring (acquired by Danaher). He began his career in the growth equity group at Kayne Anderson, a $25 billion private equity firm in Los Angeles.
Venture Capitalist & Board Member at Logikcull
Jason Lemkin is an acknowledged thought leader in SaaS through his creation of the SaaStr.com community for SaaS executives and founders. Prior to Storm Ventures, Jason served as CEO and co-founder of EchoSign, the web’s most popular electronic signature service. Jason led EchoSign from inception through its acquisition by Adobe Systems Inc. in 2011. He has served as a member of Logikcull’s board of directors since March 2015. Jason earned his B.A. from Harvard University and his JD from University of California Berkeley.
Managing Director, Storm Ventures & Board Member at Logikcull
Alex is a founding Managing Director of Storm Ventures, an early stage venture fund focused on Mobile, SaaS and Cloud. Prior to Storm Ventures, he spent twenty-one years in networking and computing at ROLM, IBM, Stratacom, and Cisco in several executive positions. He was part of the founding team at Stratacom, which Cisco acquired ($4.3 billion) in 1996. Alex holds a BSEE from Stanford University and an MBA from Santa Clara University. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and speaks both Spanish and German fluently.
General Partner, NEA
Chetan joined NEA in 2011 and focuses on enterprise software. His investments at NEA include MuleSoft (NYSE: MULE), MongoDB (NASDAQ: MDB), Elastic, Acquia, Reltio, Placester, Heap, Sentry, Forter, ScoutRFP, Canopy, Rocket.Chat, and Folloze. He was previously involved with Gaikai (acquired by Sony). He's been named to GrowthCap’s Top 40 under 40 Growth Investors, Forbes Magazine’s 2017 30 under 30 All-Star Alumni List, and Forbes Magazine’s 2015 30 under 30 in Venture Capital.
Prior to joining NEA, Chetan was an investor with H.I.G. Capital’s Leveraged Buyout Group and a technology investment banker with Houlihan Lokey. Chetan earned his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.