The popularity of cloud-based and hosted apps means more and more information is siloed in different places making search between applications manual and time consuming. Onna is a central information access point that connects any data source, including Slack, Quip, Jira, Confluence and more, to deliver a streamlined, simplified search and management experience in one place. In-house legal departments use Onna’s platform for eDiscovery, preservation, knowledge management and enterprise search.
Onna’s technology consists in bringing three revolutionary things together, (i) a framework that combines distinct technologies found in enterprise search, archiving and eDiscovery, thus removing the need for multiple products, (ii) an API that is capable of handling millions of changes per minute across multiple platforms, and (iii) an ultramodern processing engine capable of applying deep learning across any data set. The latter, in order to comply with legal requirements, extracts more information than any enterprise search platform.
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Salim Elkhou, Founder and CEO
Salim Elkhou has over 15 years experience in eDiscovery and knowledge management. He had started a successful eDiscovery business when, in 2015, he realized that a technology-based solution was needed to address the growing discovery problem at scale.
Prior to Onna, he founded eStet, a service provider acquired by EY that created custom technology solutions to enhance the litigation strategy of corporations, AmLaw 100 firms, and boutique law firms.
Since its founding, eStet was recognized on the Inc. 500 | 5000 list of fastest growing companies, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list, and ranked one of the Best Places to Work in Los Angeles.
Currently, Salim leads Onna and is dedicated to providing the best enterprise search and archiving experience across all company data sources.
Salim also works on early education initiatives and supports schools across North Africa. When not in the office, you’ll likely find him kitesurfing or traveling the world with his wife and family.