Murphy brings in-depth experience helping customers resolve challenges preserving dynamic web content for ediscovery and compliance.

New York, NY (January 15, 2019) – Hanzo, the company known for its pioneering technology in dynamic web archiving for compliance and ediscovery professionals, today announced the appointment of James Murphy as the Vice President of Product. He will bring a customer-centric approach to identifying market needs and guide the direction of product development to support Hanzo’s rapid growth while delighting customers.


As VP of Product, Murphy is responsible for defining the product vision, strategy, planning, and execution working closely with development, sales, marketing, and operations to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction. During the last five years, Jim has served as the Director of Service Delivery for Hanzo and has more than 19 years of experience working within litigation support, information technology, ediscovery and web archiving. Previous to Hanzo, he served as the Director of Professional Services/Operations Engineering with the Merrill Corporation and has held various roles in technical support, business information technology, and solutions architecture.


“Jim pairs extensive experience in supporting ediscovery and compliance with first-hand knowledge of Hanzo’s technology and customer base, making him ideally positioned to evolve the product roadmap towards the next generation of AI-based automation and dynamic content review and analysis,” said Denis Maurin, Chief Technology Officer, Hanzo. “His innovative and customer-centric approach, along with his commitment to results will enable Hanzo to deliver the right products to serve real-world market challenges.”


Visit Hanzo during Legalweek at the Legaltech Tradeshow Booth #2301, from January 29 – 31, 2019 at the New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue Of The Americas, New York, NY 10019. You can schedule a meeting with James Murphy here.



Hanzo is solving the single biggest challenge in above-board compliance and litigation today— contextual investigation, capture, and preservation of dynamic web content. Through one sophisticated platform, we capture and preserve team messaging data, social media engagement, and interactive web content then replicate it in legally-defensible native format for analysis and review. Launched in 2009, Hanzo serves government agencies, enterprises, and top law firms across the globe. Learn more at