Newest version of e-discovery software makes data analysis easy with a reimagined interface that provides powerful search and data visualisation capabilities.
CHICAGO, Oct. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- kCura, developers of the e-discovery software Relativity, today unveiled Relativity 9.3 in front of more than 1,500 attendees at the annual e-discovery conference, Relativity Fest.
Available to the general public on November 23, Relativity 9.3 introduces a reimagined interface that gives users control over how they see and interact with their data, so they can better analyse their information and find what they need faster. With the new interface, you can:
- Analyse and interact with your data in new ways. Create pivot charts and tables from any field of metadata or coding information, and then save them as widgets to see at a glance where different types of information intersect. Simply click into the widgets to drill into your data even further.
- Search in a whole new way. An interactive interface takes the complexity out of building complex searches, letting you quickly add criteria and drag and drop conditions into logic groups.
- Create custom dashboards. Drag and drop your data visualisation widgets and lists anywhere on the page, and save your work as a dashboard for easy access to whatever your business needs, such as easy reporting on case progress or quick identification of trends in your data.
"Relativity 9.3 is going to change the way our customers work with their data," said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura. "They now have a seriously powerful data analysis platform to visualise and interact with their growing data sets—and we focused on making it easy for any user. We're excited to see how our customers are going to put it to use."
In total, Relativity 9.3 has 115 new features, including:
- Greater performance and productivity in Processing, including support for E01 files, as well as the ability to process and extract text with mixed use of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages simultaneously
- Tighter integration between Relativity Processing and Data Grid, helping you start review sooner than ever, even for the largest cases
- The ability to store billions of documents per case in Data Grid, Relativity's NoSQL data store, as well as immediate search capabilities while data is loading—so you don't need to build or maintain indexes behind the scenes
- A revamped production model that automates complex productions, reducing the time delays and common errors that can occur when pushing productions out the door
- Publicly available APIs for data query and analysis, search construction, and processing, giving developers more flexibility with the platform, such as the ability to build interactive interfaces and programmatically execute processing jobs
"This release strengthens the platform from end to end in direct response to feedback from the Relativity community," said Sieja. "The next three days at Relativity Fest are going to be awesome, as we celebrate their involvement in the evolution of our software and work side by side in educational sessions and hands-on labs."
Taking place in Chicago through October 14, Relativity Fest is an annual conference designed to educate e-discovery practitioners and connect the Relativity community. Relativity Fest has grown from 140 attendees at the inaugural conference in 2010 to more than 1,500 attendees this year.
Recognized as a "Leader" in Gartner's 2015 E-Discovery Magic Quadrant, kCura are the developers of the e-discovery software Relativity. Relativity has more than 120,000 active users in more than 40 countries from organisations including the U.S. Department of Justice and more than 190 of the Am Law 200. kCura helps corporations, law firms, and government agencies meet e-discovery challenges by installing Relativity on-premises and providing hosted, on-demand solutions through a global network of partners. kCura has been ranked the 175th fastest-growing technology company in North America on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 and named one of Chicago's Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune. Please contact kCura at email@example.com or visit www.kcura.com for more information.