Brent Sandstrom founded inData Corporation in 1984 and remains a vital part of the inData team. Mr. Sandstrom's unique ability to visualize the future of legal litigation has made it possible for inData to set the standard for many deposition, discovery, and litigation technologies. He continues to develop innovative software applications for the legal market and serves in an advisory role.
Derek Miller has been involved in the management and presentation of information for over 17 years. Mr. Miller currently serves as a technical committee member of IASTD (The International Association of Science and Technology for Development) and is a member of the ASTC (American Society of Trial Consultants). He has also served as a special consultant to the US Trustee in large bankruptcy cases. Mr. Miller has spoken at multiple American Bar Association functions, accredited seminars and luncheons, and has been quoted for numerous magazine articles.
Mr. Palmer brings over 14 years of operational and financial expertise to inData and is responsible for day-to-day operations, administration, overall profitability and financial reporting. Prior to joining inData, Mr. Palmer served as the V.P. of Finance and Corporate Controller of Vcommerce, a leading provider of ecommerce order fulfillment solutions. Mr. Palmer also previously worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers where he led audits and consulted on SEC matters, IPOs, M&A activities and internal controls with a variety of public and private companies. Mr. Palmer is an Arizona licensed CPA.
Prior to assuming the position of VP of Professional Services, Jordan Ray worked with inData as a trial consultant. During his time at inData, Mr. Ray has personally assisted in over 75 trials, arbitrations, and mediations. This includes case preparation, courtroom configuration and setup, witness preparation, graphics design and trial presentation. In his new role, Mr. Ray leads the inData trial consulting group.
Mr. Ray has published numerous articles including "Using Video Depositions to Enhance Trial Presentation" for the Practicing Law Institute and "Avoid Newbie Pitfalls" for Law Technology News Magazine. He has also presented at several CLE events on trial technology for groups such as the Arizona Bar Association and the Arizona Paralegal Association. Mr. Ray received his J.D. from the Phoenix School of Law and has a B.S. in Information Technology.