Insight Optix LLC is a legal technology company offering solutions that transform the discovery process.

We are headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, and service U.S. and European markets. Our team is comprised of experts and thought leaders in the legal services and eDiscovery industry, each with decades of experience.

Insight Optix is proud to be a majority female and veteran-owned and operated corporation, with women holding seats across the company as CEO, CMO, Advisory Board members, Managing Directors, and Senior Consultants.

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Our Team

Mandi Ross

Mandi Ross

Founder / CEO / Managing Director

Bobbi Basile

Bobbi Basile

Founder / Advisory Board Member

Kevin Carpenter

Kevin Carpenter

Founder / Chief Product Officer

Linda Kish

Linda Kish

Chief Marketing Officer

Mike Bryant

Mike Bryant

Advisory Board Member

Jim Blayney

Jim Blayney

Advisory Board Member

Dan Safran

Dan Safran

Advisory Board Member

Kate O_Brien

Kate O’Brien

Managing Director

Janice Yates

Janice Yates

Senior Consultant

Ed Lasiowski

Ed Lasiowski

Senior Consultant

Recognition

The industry has taken notice of this disruptive technology. Evidence Optix® has won several awards since its launch for innovation in ediscovery.

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The National Law Journal

The National Law Journal has also recognized Insight Optix on its 2021 Legal Technology Trailblazers list, which highlights companies and products that are changing the legal landscape.

2020 Global Advanced Ediscovery Institute

2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute

The Georgetown Law 2020 Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute selected Evidence Optix as one of four winners to showcase at the annual conference as an exciting innovation in ediscovery, and Insight was asked to present the approach to a panel of judges. The workflow was pitched during a live session, resulting in a 100 percent “buy in” from all four judges.

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George Washington University Complex Litigation Center

Evidence Optix’s patented framework is the basis for new industry guidelines recently introduced by the George Washington University Law School Complex Litigation Center, which are expected to become the gold standard by which to engage in ediscovery.