“HaystackID”, an international eDiscovery and digital forensics solutions provider, announced today the opening of its new headquarters in Boston at 6 Beacon Street. The move highlights HAYSTACKID’s commitment to Boston and builds on the momentum of its recent acquisition of Flex Discovery.
HaystackID originated in Boston and initially established its headquarters in New York City to access the tremendous amount of eDiscovery work based there. As the company grew, it became clear that much of its business was coming from major law firms and corporations in Boston, which contributed to the decision to move headquarters.
“We see a tremendous opportunity here in Boston to grow our firm,” said Kevin Glass, President and CEO of HaystackID. “Boston is a leader in technology adoption, talent and innovation. To be able to deepen our footprint here with our new headquarters will allow us to grow our talent base and expand our work with leading law firms and corporations in Boston and around the world.”
Located at 6 Beacon Street, HaystackID’s new headquarters will feature the latest in business system and biometric security and a state-of-the-art forensic laboratory. The new location’s close proximity to some of the city’s most recognizable law firms, businesses and prominent universities makes it ideal for HaystackID as it continues to grow. To that end, HaystackID hopes to add 30% more employees nationwide; these new employees would supplement HaystackID’s 63 current employees around the country.
“As we grow our company and our presence here in Boston, we’re excited to be at the center of a deeply talented candidate pool,” said Jason Glass, Executive Vice President of HaystackID. “Boston offers a unique mix of technology and legal expertise that will only contribute to the further success of our firm.”
HaystackID was founded in 2011 by Kevin and Jason Glass and has since grown to eight offices worldwide. The recent acquisition of FLEX Discovery expanded HaystackID’s presence in key markets, including Chicago and Washington, D.C.”