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RelativityOne Expands to the UK: What It Means for You and Your Business

Alexi Leal

If you’ve talked to our team or been to any of our conferences and events, like Relativity Fest, you’ve likely heard our vision: Simplify and accelerate how the world conducts e-discovery by bringing the entire process and community together in one open, flexible, and connected platform.

Today, we’re taking a big step toward that vision. We’re excited to announce that RelativityOne is now available in the Microsoft Azure London data center.

Customers and partners in the UK can now handle their e-discovery matters with a scalable, secure, and flexible solution that provides instant access to new features every month. In addition, our US customer base can more easily expand overseas and manage cross-border cases without risk. No need to find a data center or cloud provider or invest in infrastructure. We’ve got it all covered.

What Else Is New in RelativityOne?

Though RelativityOne expanding to the UK is what we’re most excited about this month, we’ve also shipped a ton of new features to help you work faster and smarter. Here’s a quick rundown of what you can do with three of the newest enhancements:

  1. Get more insight into your case team’s performance. When it’s time to discuss forecasting, budgets, and discovery strategies with your client, looking at past and real-time data can make all the difference. That’s where applications like Case Metrics come into play.
    Case Metrics Choices Screenshot

    Designed to help analyze reviewer performance from past cases and in real-time, Case Metrics allows you to report across multiple workspaces, giving you a holistic view of the decisions, throughput, and accuracy of your document review team across matters. And with this month’s release, you can do even more with the application, such as:

    • Compare reviewers against averages and standard deviation within a data set to get a better sense of how individuals are performing. This can help you answer important questions like what’s the overturn rate of a reviewer I’m about to put on a case?
    • View performance by client. If you have multiple ongoing reviews with a single client, generating reports just for them is easy—and a big help when it’s time to talk strategy for new cases.
    • Group reviewer performance metrics by matter to compare performance across different document review teams. This will help you determine if throughput (i.e. edits per hour) and accuracy (i.e. overturn) rates change based on the type of matter or analytics tools used, like technology-assisted review.

    If you don’t already have it, you can get Case Metrics in the Applications Library in the Relativity Community.

  2. Better manage your environment. With the audit application in Data Grid, you’re able to use Relativity’s data visualizations to search and analyze user actions within a single workspace.
    Data Grid Screenshot

    But what about audit data for your entire instance? Many customers have been asking for ways to make better decisions on their entire system—without diving into the backend of SQL.

    This month, we’re delivering on that request. Audit data for the entire instance is now at your fingertips, and you can use Relativity’s data visualizations to search, analyze, and act on system-wide information—helping you determine things like if specific user actions or applications are causing errors to occur, or how the number of concurrent users impacts system-wide performance.

  3. Navigate Fact Manager more intuitively. Fact Manager has received a lot of attention from attorneys lately, as it helps them centralize their case summaries—all within Relativity, without switching to a second application. We know it’s important for our customers, so we’re constantly evolving and improving Fact Manager. And sometimes, even the simplest changes have a big impact.
    Fact Manager Screensho5

    Like this month, for example, we’ve added a new popover that makes it far simpler to link your facts, people, organizations, and interview questions to the issues and get a snapshot of your case.

From the simplest new features that make life easier to opening a new region to cloud e-discovery, we’re hoping this release has a little something for everyone in the community. To learn more about how we’re innovating RelativityOne each month, take a look at What’s New.

Alexi Leal is a member of Relativity’s product marketing team, focused on RelativityOne.