NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--UnitedLex announces the appointment of David Edelheit as Chief Digital and Transformation Officer. Edelheit will play a leading role in setting the vision and strategy for UnitedLex’s digital ecosystem—affecting every relevant operational, delivery, technology, and solutions aspect of the organization.
Edelheit has more than 20 years of business transformation experience with some of the world’s leading organizations. Most recently, he was the global business leader of Genpact’s Transformation Services business where he set and led strategy for digital and analytics, customer experience, and industry advisory services that enabled the digital transformation of the firm’s top-tier clients. Previously, Edelheit was COO and transformation leader of PwC’s global advisory business, guiding a complex transformation resulting in new firm offerings, services, and delivery structures—bringing a truly macro approach to their diverse, international client base.
UnitedLex CEO Dan Reed said, “Our ability to build and execute a vision around pioneering technologies and a reimagined legal industry inspires all those connected to UnitedLex with a focus on achieving true ‘art of the possible’. Dave shares a relentless focus that will further fuel UnitedLex’s mission to extend Digital to the legal industry.”
“I am energized by the revolutionary aspects of the UnitedLex model, specifically how it redefines the way lawyers work and the value Legal offers the enterprise,” said David Edelheit. “UnitedLex’s deep commitment to Digital, along with the substantial investments needed to empower companies on their transformative journeys, were key factors in my decision to join the team.”
UnitedLex is a technology and legal services company committed to delivering full-scale Digital Legal Transformation. The world’s most forward-thinking law departments and law firms rely on the company’s expertise in over 25 global jurisdictions. Founded in 2006, the team includes 3,000 legal, engineering, and technology professionals with major operations in 18 countries.