Ranji is a legal technology industry veteran with a thirty-year track record of being at the vanguard of legal technology evolution. Past accomplishments include pioneering industry firsts in litigation support imaging, collaborative litigation support, collaborative matter management, and was the designer of the legal industry’s first public-cloud workflow system for electronic invoicing (now Wolters Kluwer ELM).
Ranji’s long tenure in the industry spans CEO and C-level executive experience in startups, early stage, and Global 1000 companies across both domestic and international markets. He counts amongst past clients thousands of law firms (including virtually all of the Amlaw 200) and over one hundred corporations and government agencies.
With the introduction of Tendant™, Ranji is again pushing the boundaries, this time in the $367B “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) market. Tendant is a secure platform for smartphone BYOD communications and workflows. By deploying the Tendant IOS® or Android® app, BYOD law firms will solve significant (and potentially very expensive) compliance, data security, and management oversight problems associated with personal smartphone use for business – all without violating employee privacy rights. Ranji is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario (Canada) with a B.Sc. in Computer Science. When he’s not doing “the tech thing”, he’s probably watching, playing, or coaching soccer.