Relativity provides everything you need to tackle your document review and production challenges, from the smallest to the most complex projects. Get the control and flexibility you need to design workflows and solutions that amplify your team’s efforts and get to the real substance of a matter.
Visualize patterns in your data, investigate trends, and make smarter decisions with a full range of data analytics features.
Turn any field of metadata or coding information into a widget to visualize your data, and combine multiple fields to see where information such as search terms intersects with your custodians.
Take the complexity out of even the most advanced searches with an interactive search panel, and start searching right away to explore what’s there—even while data is still loading. Learn more about Data Grid instant search.
Bring analytics into your workflow at any time, for any case to follow an investigative pattern of thought and accelerate review. Learn more about Relativity Analytics.
A comprehensive feature set helps your team identify relevant issues, protect privileged information, and make informed coding decisions.
Basic users can be up and running in the software with as little as 10 minutes of training—with all the functionality they need to be productive.
Build and automate custom workflows that meet the unique needs of your team—whether it’s a time-sensitive second request or an ongoing investigation.
With custom tagging workflows and clustering, we were able to get the data prioritized, reviewed, produced, and QCed by the deadline. We couldn’t be happier with how Relativity performed during this tight turnaround time.
Practice Support Manager
When you’re done with review, Relativity gives you the tools necessary to meet your document production requirements.
Save time and avoid common issues when pushing complex productions out the door.
From creating custom placeholders to using multiple mark-up sets, Relativity has the options you need to deliver productions on schedule.
When reviewing documents, some practices once considered standard just don’t work so well in today’s landscape. Here’s a look at some examples—and how to move away from them.