Relativity tackles on on-site Australian ediscovery

Australian bureau Law In Order is now acting as as a reseller for the kCura Relativity eDiscovery platform, offering on-premise deployment as an alternative to the hosted solution it began delivering in 2009.

Law In Order has since hosted multiple matters ranging in size from a few Gigabytes to Terabytes’ worth of data.

“We were pleasantly surprised at how quickly Relativity took off when we first introduced the software to Australian lawyers,” said Paul Gooderick, Director of Law In Order.

“It was the logical next step for us to offer Relativity as a separate installation. Clients now have the option to host the application themselves or have Law In Order host and manage their license securely on our servers without the cost of adding to their own IT infrastructure.”

“We’re excited to recognize Law In Order as the first Relativity Certified Reseller in Australia,” said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura. “They have demonstrated their expertise in Relativity as a Premium Hosting Partner, and have done a great job delivering and supporting the software in the Australian marketplace.”

Relativity is a web-based e-discovery platform that provides users with the flexibility to design and automate their review workflow.