Just this time last week, we were enjoying concessions at the Relativity Innovation Awards. While Relativity Fest may be over (and the weather is about to get colder here in Chicago), we're feeling warm and inspired after an incredible event.
In the meantime, check out the stories below from Late One Morning with Andrew Sieja, a live talk show our founder and CEO Andrew Sieja hosted during the opening keynote at Relativity Fest.
If there’s one thing these stories have in common, it’s that moving to the cloud is opening up new opportunities and resources for teams to do even more.
Epstein Becker Green: A Happier Workforce
After a minor accident clipped her wings, Lori Mazzola, director of information technology at EBG, unfortunately couldn’t make the live taping of Late One Morning with Andrew Sieja. Fortunately, she gave Andrew the thumbs up to tell her story—a transformation tale that took their firm from being regionally displaced to being a truly aligned national practice.
Rio Tinto: Streamlining with RelativityOne
Karl Obayi, e-discovery and forensics manager, spoke with Andrew about Rio Tinto’s prior struggles with managing investigations with some of the most robust regulatory agencies around the world. With a global discovery team and a business footprint in 35 countries, RelativityOne has enabled Rio Tinto to effectively stay on top of these challenges and aggregate efficiencies and workflows in record-fast speed—like processing 2.3 TB in a single weekend.
D4, a division of Special Counsel: Bringing Technology to a Broader Market
While Laurie Chamberlin, president of Special Counsel and D4, was on Late One Morning with Andrew Sieja, she explained how their commitment to RelativityOne will help to grow their technology footprint—both globally in their 70+ locations but also by providing strong regional support for small to mid-sized firms.