DataFlux says Hogan & Hartson has selected its dfPower Studio to serve as the foundation for data analysis, verification and validation in the law firm’s enterprise data management program.

Founded in 1904, Hogan & Hartson has close to 1,000 lawyers in 19 offices worldwide. After several years of growth and geographic expansion, the firm’s IT group initiated a formal enterprise data management program to address the demands created by a larger, more complex business operation.

The data management initiative also will help meet requirements for financial, marketing and operational analysis tools used by the firm’s management group.

“DataFlux provides technology designed to standardize and consolidate information from a disparate network of data sources,” said Tony Fisher, president and general manager of DataFlux. “For many organizations like Hogan & Hartson, it is important that both business and IT staff can utilize the profiling and integration functionality within the software. We are proud that Hogan & Hartson selected DataFlux to help maintain its long-standing tradition of personalized, customer-focused legal support for an international clientele.”