NEW YORK –MAY 7, 2021— Epiq, a global technology-enabled services leader to the legal industry and corporations, announced today that Christine Landry has joined Epiq as executive vice president of operations and transformation.
Landry is an established executive with more than 25+ years of global, operational experience and a track record of developing and deploying high value client solutions into many industry segments. She will be responsible for global operations and lead the continued transformation of Epiq to deliver high value solutions to our clients leveraging world-class processes, automation and technology.
“We are entering an exciting time at Epiq. After successfully overcoming the challenges of last year, we continue to invest in our company and ensure that we have aligned our organization with our growth, market leadership and client satisfaction objectives,” said David Dobson, chief executive officer at Epiq. “I am thrilled to have Christine join our team. We will leverage her track record of success and skills to accelerate the way we deliver our solutions and drive more value and better outcomes for our customers.”
As corporations and law firms rapidly adapt to a changing world, clients are relying heavily on technology-based solutions and are looking to their partners to develop innovative services to meet their biggest challenges. Epiq has over 30 years of industry expertise in supporting clients with the right people, proven processes, and leading technology to transform the way work gets done. Landry’s expertise and leadership in the realm of digital and operational transformation is a cornerstone to Epiq’s continual commitment to world-class services and solutions for its clients.
“Epiq’s focus on driving innovative, digitally led solutions to improve the outcomes and experience of end users in the legal space really motivated me to join this already strong leadership team,” said Christine Landry, executive vice president of operations and transformation at Epiq. “Our global focus on people, partnership, and performance, coupled with a technology-enabled services model, will allow Epiq to continue to build solutions to enhance and improve user experiences in the legal space and for corporations to ultimately provide better outcomes.”
Prior to joining Epiq, she was a senior vice president and executive at Genpact, where she had oversight for global operations, transformation, and customer responsibilities for a growing business segment. She has held numerous leadership positions, including group chief executive at Conduent, where she had end to end responsibility for the consumer & industrials business, which was a 1B+ revenue segment. During her tenure, Landry had global responsibility for full profit and loss, operations, strategy, sales, solutioning and account management for customer experience, employee experience, digital transformation, HR solutions, and the learning business. She has led transformation, operations, and business growth efforts for other organizations, including Xerox, and ACS. Landry was nominated for and has been an active member of Fortune Most Powerful Women’s network (Fortune MPW) since 2014 and is a dual citizen of Canada and the U.S.
Epiq, a global technology-enabled services leader to the legal industry and corporations, takes on large-scale, increasingly complex tasks for corporate counsel, law firms, and business professionals with efficiency, clarity, and confidence. Clients rely on Epiq to streamline the administration of business operations, class action and mass tort, court reporting, eDiscovery, regulatory, compliance, restructuring, and bankruptcy matters. Epiq subject-matter experts and technologies create efficiency through expertise and deliver confidence to high-performing clients around the world. Learn more at https://www.epiqglobal.com.
Shanna D. Schultz