The ZenCase Story
Albert Einstein once said, “if I were given one hour to save the planet, I would spend 59 minutes defining the problem and one minute resolving it.” This philosophy of focusing on understanding the problems in order to find the best solutions is essential to ZenCase’s company culture.
In 2013, T.J. Fraser, the founder of ZenCase, had a problem (and it was a good problem to have). T.J. pitched one of the largest defense contractors to the US government that he could handle all of their legal work and he was also the lead counsel and investment banker to several other large national clients. He searched the market to find a software platform that could solve his problems for managing complex litigation and business matters, but he could not find the right solution. ZenCase was born (the early versions were called MaestroLegal, but everyone misspelled Maestro, and Groundswell, but everyone seemed to think we were a surfing company).
We are always looking to find ways to make ZenCase better. For our first version of ZenCase, we allowed a government agency and a large international law firm to be our first beta customers so that we could learn from their experience, and we strive to learn from every one of our users how we can help to solve their problems. Understanding the problems of our users and creating the best solutions is reflected in every aspect of ZenCase. We will always have as one of our core beliefs that you must focus on understanding the problems first, then this understanding will allow you to create the best solution.
We are very excited to share ZenCase with you.