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Irvine, CA and New York, NY, January 30, 2018 – Case.one today announced the launch of File.one, the first new application in its .one Suite. File.one solves the challenge of files stored in multiple systems and locations, providing a single easy-to-use search tool to instantly locate documents.

Capable of searching more than 120 different file formats, File.one can search millions of documents in seconds regardless of location. Searches include both on-premises servers and cloud storage simultaneously. File.one returns results based on user criteria, including file types, events and more. With unlimited storage, File.one is the ultimate search, knowledge, and file management software application for law firms of all sizes and practice areas.

“File.one solves the age-old problem of locating a critical document, event, email, or file,” said Bahar Ansari, Co-Founder, and CEO of Case.one. “Taking advantage of powerful machine learning tools, File.one will eliminate the wasted time and effort legal professionals incur trying to locate specific content and data.”

File.one may be integrated with a wide variety of applications used by legal professionals. To see File.one in action, visit Case.one at booth 1318 during LegalTech New York.


Case.one launched just a year ago and already has shown its development capabilities. By listening to legal professionals and developing the tools lawyers need to work more intelligently, Case.one is leading innovation not only in practice management applications but in fully supported systems that help lawyers and their staff work more efficiently. Case.one has developed the new .one Suite, which incorporates the tools lawyers and legal professionals need to rely on to increase efficiency, productivity, and client communication. Case.one’s .one Suite is a second-generation cloud-based legal technology platform that takes advantage of machine learning and new technologies to improve workflows and interactions. For more information, please visit Case.one.

Case.one Contact:

Cathy Kenton

(o) 858.509.7996

(c) 858.354.9200


NEWPORT BEACH, CA, January 30, 2018 – CASEpeer Legal Software announces its new electronic signature functionality powered by HelloSign. Personal injury law firms can now manage contracts, contingency fee agreements, and releases directly from their case management solution.

E-signature functionality gives law firms and clients the freedom to easily and securely sign contracts. CASEpeer is excited to offer users the ability to electronically send, sign, review, and track the status of contracts in conjunction with their other case management features.

“Most modern personal injury law firms understand the potential of e-signatures for quickly and effectively signing clients,” said Darren Fancher, CEO of CASEpeer. “With this in mind, we are excited to provide a solution integrated seamlessly with our practice management toolset. Our engineers have taken great care to deliver a robust digital signature functionality that is both secure and easy to use.”

Whether on a computer or mobile device, clients will be able to review and sign contracts on the go. HelloSign is known for their intuitive interface, streamlining the contract signing process. All status updates can be tracked from the e-signature management screen, and any activity will log automatic notes on the related cases in CASEpeer.

Contracts signed using CASEpeer’s e-signature feature will be secure and legally binding. HelloSign is compliant with HIPPA and SOC 2 Type 1, as well as with all major electronic signature laws including ESIGN and UETA. The feature includes reminders, multiple signatories, and custom firm-wide templates.

Those interested in learning more about how CASEpeer can help their firm are encouraged to visit https://www.casepeer.com/. With CASEpeer, personal injury firms across the country are becoming more proactive, more powerful.

About HelloSign

HelloSign is dedicated to making the process of signing documents as easy as possible. Its interface is modern, easy to use, and optimized for mobile to facilitate quick results. Its SSL encryption, world-class serve infrastructure, and audit trails ensure that your documents are kept safe and secure. HelloSign is compliant with HIPPA and SOC 2 Type 1, as well as with all major e-signature laws, including ESIGN and UETA.

About CASEpeer

CASEpeer Legal Software is a comprehensive case management solution designed specifically for personal injury attorneys. Features include organized cases, task management, settlement tools, document generation, automated court calendaring, discovery management, and more. CASEpeer is used by plaintiffs’ law firms nationwide.


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Hanzo, the world leader in collecting meaningful, dynamic content with confidence, will bring a new strategic integration to the Relativity platform. The integration, which automates processes and streamlines costs in collecting dynamic, unstructured content in its original native format, will be unveiled at Legalweek 2018, with a full release coming in February.

While eDiscovery and Regulatory Compliance collection requirements dramatically increase, the markets are demanding more automation and cost efficiencies in the collection, preservation and analysis of that content. Customers want to collect with confidence and require the most comprehensive, secure and streamlined eDiscovery automation possible.

Reviewing collected web and social media content in its native, original format has always been the “gold standard” upon which Hanzo has built its Fortune and Am Law 100 customer base. Now, with seamless integration into Relativity – the industry-leading comprehensive e-discovery platform – clients can enjoy faster review and processing times, leading to significant cost savings.

Relativity is used by organizations around the globe to review and analyze data around litigation, investigations, government requests, and more. It brings the entire e-discovery process together in a single solution — in the cloud, on-premises, or both. As a platform, Relativity allows developers to design, build, and integrate applications that extend its functionality. The Hanzo integration will become part of the Relativity App Hub, an ecosystem of custom legal tech solutions built on Relativity.

“For a decade, Hanzo has been at the leading edge of helping Fortune and Am Law 100 customers collect dynamic, unstructured content with confidence and in a meaningful way,” said Kevin Gibson, CEO of Hanzo. “With the addition of our Relativity Integration, Hanzo further cements itself into the critical eDiscovery fabric that leads to significant efficiencies and cost savings.”

“It’s great to welcome Hanzo as a developer partner and to the Relativity App Hub as they announce their new integration to streamline the eDiscovery process,” said Perry Marchant, vice president of engineering at Relativity. “We’re excited to work with Hanzo to put this integration in place and to see its impact for users who need fast, simple native format content collection.”

To support the launch, Hanzo and Relativity will be hosting a live webinar on February 27th. You can register here: http://www.hanzo.co/hanzo-relativity-integration-webinar.

About Hanzo:

Hanzo is the world leader and Fortune and Am Law 100s most relied-upon solution for collecting dynamic content with confidence. We help eDiscovery, Compliance, Risk and Investigations professionals sleep better at night.

Hanzo collects anything you can see in a browser. Amazing companies in the Banking, Financial Services, Investment Management, Energy, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences and Government industries trust Hanzo. We are also relied upon by large Technology companies who are often involved with litigation and IP protection.

About Relativity:

At Relativity, we make software to help users organize data, discover the truth, and act on it. Our e-discovery platform is used by more than 13,000 organizations around the world – in the cloud, on-premises, or both – to manage large volumes of data and quickly identify key issues during litigation, internal investigations, and compliance projects. Relativity has over 160,000 active users in 40+ countries from organizations including the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 70 Fortune 100 companies, and 199 of the Am Law 200. As a platform, Relativity also allows developers to design, build, and integrate applications that extend its functionality. Relativity has been named one of Chicago’s Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune for seven consecutive years. Please contact Relativity at sales(at)relativity(dot)com or visit http://www.relativity.com for more information.

Irvine, CA and New York, NY, January 31, 2018 – Case.one today announced the launch of Doc.one, the third new application in .one Suite. Doc.one is a stand-alone document assembly engine that can easily be integrated into a wide variety of applications, including practice management software.

For years, attorneys and their staff have spent too much time creating documents by finding, selecting, and editing an existing version of a specific document or form. That process is not only time consuming, but fraught with error opportunity. Legacy document automation systems are inflexible, difficult to master and limited to specific document libraries. In contrast, Doc.one, yet another application from Case.one designed to eliminate time-wasting document creation and data entry errors, makes virtually any existing document capable of quickly converting for assembly. Doc.one works with both Word and PDF documents allowing legal professionals to build fillable documents quickly and intuitively, court forms, and other types of documents without advanced coding expertise.

“Attorneys tell us they want to focus on what they do best, analyzing and strategizing legal issues, not completing standardized documents. said Bahar Ansari, Co-Founder, and CEO of Case.one. “Doc.one reduces the clerical time required to create documents, court forms, and other legal documents, and helps them practice more efficiently.”

With all its power, Doc.one is easy to use and set up. To see Doc.one in action, visit Case.one at booth 1318 during LegalTech New York.


Case.one launched just a year ago and already has shown its development capabilities. By listening to legal professionals and developing the tools lawyers need to work more intelligently, Case.one is leading innovation not only in practice management applications but in fully supported systems that help lawyers and their staff work more efficiently. Case.one has developed the new .one Suite, which incorporates the tools lawyers and legal professionals need to rely on to increase efficiency, productivity, and client communication. Case.one’s .one Suite is a second-generation cloud-based legal technology platform that takes advantage of machine learning and new technologies to improve workflows and interactions. For more information, please visit Case.one.

Case.one Contact:

Cathy Kenton

(o) 858.509.7996

(c) 858.354.9200


Evergreen, Colo. – January 30, 2018 – Foundation Software Group, developer of the Foundation Experience Management platform that helps firms leverage the collective experience of their professionals, today announced the addition of Cindy Thurston Bare as Vice President of Business Development.

Bare was most recently the Director of Knowledge Management at Orrick, where she led a 186% increase in experience data captured in 2017. Cindy has twenty years of technology experience in large, global law firms. Previously, she led Knowledge Management, marketing technology, and web development for Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.

“Cindy is a well-respected thought leader on knowledge management and marketing technology in the legal industry,” said Nate Fineberg, co-founder and president of Foundation Software Group. “She has been an innovator at Orrick and understands how modern technology solutions help firms achieve growth and enhance client service. We’re proud that 13 Am Law 100 firms have selected Foundation through word of mouth, and with Cindy’s expertise, industry relationships, and credibility, we are well positioned for our next stage of growth.”

“I have worked alongside Foundation over the past two years, and I am thoroughly impressed with the innovative product, smart team, and customer-oriented culture,” said Bare. “To succeed in today’s competitive environment, firms need a robust platform to collect and manage information about the work they do and the lawyers who do the work. Foundation uniquely addresses the challenges firms face in managing experience and expertise. I’m looking forward to offering practical expertise about how the Foundation solution can help firms leverage data for better marketing, pricing, staffing, and knowledge sharing.”

 Bare will also develop Foundation’s network of technology partners. Foundation partner Ron Friedmann of Fireman & Company commented, “Fireman & Company works with many large law firms and sees the tremendous need for systematic experience management to drive new business and improve client service. We have been impressed with Foundation and the company’s approach to helping law firms effectively solve these challenges. We have known Cindy for many years – she will bring tremendous talent, energy, and insight to the company. We look forward to working with her to expand our existing partnership.”

About Foundation Software Group

Foundation Software Group is a developer of next-generation software for large law firms. The company is led by an accomplished team of professionals who have a proven track record of success in law firm application development. The company’s flagship offering is Foundation Experience Management, an enterprise software platform that helps firms leverage their collective work experience and the expertise of their lawyers. For more information, please go to www.foundationsg.com.

Charlotte, NC − January 29, 2018 − DiscoverReady®, a leading information intelligence solution provider specializing in legal, compliance and governance, today announced the expansion of its global footprint and Data Liaison Services to help multinational corporations and law firms better meet growing regulatory obligations in data privacy, information governance and legal discovery.

DiscoverReady established a new data center in Paris in December, 2017 to deliver local and cross-border e-discovery services. The center offers data processing, data hosting in Relativity, document review capabilities, and data production services. The company also operates two data centers in the U.S. and provides data hosting across the globe via an on-demand rapid deployment model.

The expansion effort also includes global delivery of DiscoverReady Data Liaison Services, designed to help organizations reduce the risk and cost of protecting, managing, and discovering their information assets. The Data Liaison Services team of consultants works daily with legal, risk, data, security, and compliance professionals and their law firm counsel to assess, design, plan and implement programs supporting data quality, privacy, security, records compliance, and e-discovery.   

DiscoverReady recently expanded its leadership team to guide the growth initiatives. Matthew Nelson, industry veteran, attorney, and legal technology expert joined DiscoverReady as Vice President of Information Governance Services and Associate General Counsel, Privacy, leading the Data Liaison Services team.  

“Our strengths lie in our broad experience and longstanding relationships with leading global brands in financial services, technology, pharmaceutical, energy, retail and other industries,” said James Schellhase, CEO of DiscoverReady. “Every organization has existing processes, preferences and goals, but there are often gaps that increase the risk of error. We work with law firms and corporations to develop an e-discovery playbook, defining standard processes that are repeatable and defensible.”

DiscoverReady consultants will be on hand at Legalweek in New York, January 30 – February 1, in Booth #401 at the Legaltech tradeshow, to speak with attendees about their needs for a repeatable and defensible e-discovery process.

About DiscoverReady

DiscoverReady is a leading information intelligence company specializing in legal, compliance and governance solutions. Our innovative solutions allow global organizations to protect, manage and discover their most important data so they can comply with legal obligations and derive the most business value from their information assets. For more information, visit www.DiscoverReady.com.

Media Contact

Vicki LaBrosse

Edge Legal Marketing for DiscoverReady


Jan. 30, 2018 – Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions today announced it has added comprehensive spend management capabilities to its award-winning Passport Office Companion solution. ELM Solutions introduced Office Companion with matter management to legal and insurance claims professionals in 2017 to help enhance their user experience. Its unique modular architecture and state of the art web technologies allow Passport’s spend and matter management capabilities to be extended within the Microsoft® Office Suite to support a wide range of legal workflows. Approximately sixty percent of legal professionals’ daily work is performed within the Microsoft Office Suite according to research by IDC and McKinsey.

Passport Office Companion’s new spend management capabilities include invoice review, adjustment, approval, and rejection as well as the ability to drill down into details of an invoice at the line item. In addition, other key features, including invoice summary information and adjustment history are included to easily provide visibility and management of invoices.

“Passport Office Companion provides a much richer set of spend and matter management capabilities and a more integrated user experience within Microsoft Office,” said Barry Ader, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions. “Users can streamline the cumbersome process of managing invoices, one of the most common tasks performed by legal professionals, inside of the Microsoft Office Suite, using the technology applications they are most familiar with.”

“Providing our legal department with the right tools and technology to effectively perform their jobs is important,” said an attorney at IHG. “Our legal department utilizes Passport Office Companion to more efficiently manage matters and stay organized. Once implemented, we expect that Office Companion’s new spend management capabilities will bring even greater productivity, improved user experience and satisfaction to our legal team. We eagerly anticipate the coming changes.”

In addition, Passport Office Companion offers users the ability to connect seamlessly to legal document management systems in addition to the native document functionality within Passport, further simplifying the user experience and increasing efficiency of users.

In November 2017, Hyperion Research, the legal industry’s premier source of independent market research and advisory services, honored Passport with a number of its highest accolades as an “Advanced Solution” in the analyst firm’s updated release of its “MarketView Report for Enterprise Legal Management(ELM).”

“ELM’s Passport has established itself this decade as a high-profile technology platform for enterprise-level corporate law departments,” Hyperion noted in its report. “With its mature matter management and legal spend management capabilities, and a modular approach designed to support individual law department profiles that offers plug-in capabilities for insurance claims and other areas, Passport can support the highly complex and configurable enterprises in demand today.”

Hyperion judged Passport’s capabilities with the strongest scores in six of the report’s eight categories, including Product Features, Usability, and Maturity; Technology; Company Viability; and Market Vision. In addition, Hyperion recognized Passport with many distinguished recognitions, including as a Market Leader for both Workflow-Driven Spend Management and Global E-Billing and awarded Highly Innovative designations for Passport’s Diversity Module as well as its implementation and training processes.

Passport® Office Companion earned a Silver Stevie Award for New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Integration Solution in the 2017 American Business Awards competition. Corporate Vision magazine also recognized Passport as its Best Enterprise Legal Management Platform for the second year in a row last year.

Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions is the market-leading provider of enterprise legal spend and matter management and legal analytics solutions. Corporate legal and insurance claims departments and their law firms worldwide trust our flexible, multi-solution approach to help ensure compliance, control costs and collaborate more effectively. This includes Passport, the highest rated ELM solution in the 2017 Hyperion Marketview™ Legal Market Intelligence Report;TyMetrix® 360°, the industry’s leading SaaS-based e-billing and matter management solution; and the LegalVIEW® portfolio of legal analytics solutions based upon the industry’s largest and most comprehensive legal spend database, with more than $100 billion in invoices.

Charles Miller
Director, External Communications & Brand

Global Marketing, Communications & Planning
Governance, Risk & Compliance

Office +1 320 240-5457

Houston, TX – CS Disco Inc., the legal technology company that makes the market-leading cloud ediscovery solution DISCO, today announced a $20M equity financing. Bessemer Venture Partners led the round, with participation from LiveOak Venture Partners and The Stephens Group. All three were existing DISCO investors. This brings the total investment in DISCO to more than $50M.

“This financing caps a year of explosive growth for DISCO,” said founder and CEO Kiwi Camara. “In 2017, we grew revenue by 2.7x overall and by more than 3.3x in the AmLaw 200 segment. Our accelerating growth is driven by both more and more firms switching to DISCO firm-wide and the tremendous loyalty of our existing customers, who grow their business with us every year.”

In 2017, DISCO established sales and services operations in all major U.S. markets. DISCO also launched its enterprise program to sell to corporate legal departments, a plaintiff-side practice that is already supporting counsel in some of the largest class- and mass-actions in the U.S., and DISCO managed review, which brings unprecedented accuracy and speed to the process of finding evidence, powered by DISCO AI.

“It has been amazing to watch the growth of DISCO over the last three years since our initial investment,” said Bob Goodman, DISCO board member, and partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. “When the company began looking for additional funding to accelerate growth in 2018, we were thrilled to have the opportunity to double down on our investment.”

In 2018, DISCO plans to more than double its engineering and product team to continue investing in the ediscovery solution DISCO Review while also beginning to expand the DISCO platform beyond ediscovery. DISCO plans to scale up its U.S. go-to-market teams selling to litigation boutiques, the AmLaw 200, and corporate legal departments and launch global operations in Asia Pacific, Europe, and Latin America.

“The market is eager for a mature alternative to legacy technology and service offerings,” said CMO Neil Etheridge. “We are delighted to see law firms and legal departments embracing DISCO as their ediscovery upgrade and getting excited about our long-term vision of improving legal outcomes by empowering great lawyers through great legal technology.”

For more information, or to learn more about DISCO contact us today.


As the leading provider of Software as a Service solutions developed by and for lawyers and legal professionals, DISCO partners with law firms and corporate legal departments to improve legal outcomes by building and deploying great legal technology. More than 400 law firms, including over 75 of the AmLaw 200, have embraced DISCO as their first choice for innovative technologies that help great lawyers and their teams secure justice and win cases.

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BlackStone Discovery’s VP of National Markets, John Munro, will be speaking at Legaltech 2018 as part of a panel addressing The Rise of Alternative Legal Service Providers. The panel, which will be moderated by Fenwick & West’s Technology and eDiscovery expert Robert Brownstone, is CLE eligible and will provide varying perspectives into the impact that ALSPs have on how legal work gets done. Legal Innovation thought leaders like Gail GottenhrerHoward Hoffman, Sylvie Stulic, and Tom Finke round out a panel that is sure to impress.

With the rise of a new digital age, alternative legal service providers have shown that they are here to stay. What began as individual service offerings leveraged primarily by corporate law departments has now become a value add for law firms as well. Partnerships with alternative legal service providers are helping leading firms to address client demands, control costs, scale in strengths, and utilize technologies and subject matter experts. Many ALSPs are also providing the newest and greatest legal technology solutions, forcing firms and corporations to engage them or be left behind.

“Companies and law firms alike are realizing that ALSPs like BlackStone provide the expertise they need to combat their core legal and business challenges,” Munro said. “The newest innovations are allowing ALSPs to bring even more value to the market by providing ‘right-sized’ solutions that combine technology and expertise to their greatest value.”

The Legaltech session will discuss the historical, current, and future landscape for the use of ALSPs and dive into the various benefits you can receive from transitioning portions or all of your legal services to alternative providers. The panel will debate the driving force and considerations behind working with ALSPs, as well as the supervisory obligations to be aware of. Attendees will benefit from practical guidance for law firms and corporate legal departments looking to incorporate ALSPs, a la carte or in bulk, into their business.

About Legaltech

Legaltech is the largest and most important legal technology event of the year. Legaltech® provides an in-depth look at what the technological world has in store for you and your practice AND offers an expansive exhibit floor with the most extensive gathering of innovative products designed to meet your current and future technology needs

Meet the Panelists

As Chair of Electronic Information Management (EIM) Group and Technology & eDiscovery Counsel at Fenwick & West LLP, Robert Brownstone has authored over 50 articles on law and technology issues and delivered almost 300 presentations on a variety of topics, including Compliance, Data & Records Retention/Destruction, eDiscovery/Electronic Information Management (EIM), Privacy and/or Social-Media in the Workplace, Information Security Obligations, and Metadata Concerns. Brownstone has also taught electronic discovery and process law courses at top schools like Santa Clara University and University of San Francisco.

John Munro is BlackStone Discovery’s Vice President of National Markets where he helps a wide range of firms and corporations find cost effective solutions for eDiscovery, forensic, and document review needs. With over 20 years of experience building and leading teams of eDiscovery focused ALSPs, Munro delivers value by constantly educating attorneys and corporations on innovations and challenges related to information governance, eDiscovery, document review, and computer forensics.

Gail Gottehrer is a Partner at Ackerman LLP where she focuses on legal issues relating to existing and emerging technology. She frequently speaks on topics relating to the implications of technology in law, business operations, real estate, and the data driven workplace and is a fellow at The American Bar Foundation and Center for Innovation at Vermont Law School.

Howard Hoffman is the Chief Executive Officer of EXTEND Resources and serves on boards of both public and privately held companies. He has extensive experience in financial and operational restructuring and litigation management.

Sylvie Stulic is the Manager of Legal Operations and Litigation at Electronic Arts Inc where she specializes in vendor management, eBilling and matter management, litigation discovery management, and eDiscovery management and solutions.

Tom Finke is the Managing Director of West Region Operations at Axiom. His experience ranges from leadership positions at pre-revenue startups to the $200 million + division of a fortune 500 company.

New York City, Legalweek – January 30, 2018 – Today at LegalweekActiance, the leader in communications compliance, archiving, and analytics, announced a partnership with Relativity, industry-leading developers of the comprehensive eDiscovery platform. Actiance will build an application on top of Relativity to help legal professionals seamlessly export Electronically Stored Information (ESI) from more than 90 communication channels from Alcatraz, Actiance’s cloud-based content store, directly into the Relativity platform, while retaining the rich, unique, channel-specific metadata necessary for efficient legal review and case management.

Used by organizations around the globe to review and analyze data around litigation, investigations, government requests, and more, Relativity brings the entire eDiscovery process together in a single solution — in the cloud, on-premises, or both. Alcatraz is now part of the Relativity App Hub, which includes applications and integrations built by Relativity developer partners that extend the platforms functionality.

Due to the ever-changing variety of communications tools in use by most corporations, email is no longer the only source of electronic communications in eDiscovery. More firms today are encountering a wide range of communications channels in eDiscovery processes, including text messaging, social media, voice recordings, collaboration tools – even emojis – as sources of ESI. What many are recognizing is the complexity in attempting to understand rich, dynamic conversations that may have taken place over a series of posts or tweets, and in some cases, where those conversations “jump” across channels. Actiance addresses this challenge by enabling Relativity users to quickly access and review conversational content delivered by Alcatraz as a unique Relativity load file.

“As the list of diverse ESI sources continues to expand, Alcatraz will allow Relativity users to quickly access and review custodian communications occurring on every source, and in a single unified view, to greatly improve legal review speed and efficiency,” said Barry Ruditsky, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Global Alliances, Actiance. “We are looking forward to working with Relativity to further streamline the eDiscovery process.”

Improving eDiscovery Process Defensibility

Alcatraz enhances eDiscovery processes by leveraging its TrueComplianceTM content collection capabilities to meet new Rule of Evidence 902(14) standards, while accounting for all aspects of communication events, including virtual room logins, emoticons, ‘like’ events, share events, file transfers, wiki/blog posts, and real-time edits and deletions. This seamless integration between Alcatraz and Relativity provides joint customers with the ability to easily export custodian content from all content sources from Alcatraz into Relativity for processing and downstream review.

“We’re excited to welcome Actiance to the Relativity App Hub as a new developer partner,” said Perry Marchant, Vice President of Engineering, Relativity. “Integration with their cloud-based content store Alcatraz will help our customers elevate the legal review of complex conversations across multiple channels.”

Organizations can now strengthen their eDiscovery capabilities through:

  • Faster review collection and review times
  • Rapid search and filtering across multiple channels of communication across a single pane of glass
  • Simplified one-step export of all data from Alcatraz into Relativity for downstream review
  • Integration of Alcatraz production sets into Relativity GUI

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About Actiance

Actiance is the leader in communications compliance, archiving, and analytics. We provide compliance across the broadest set of communications and social channels with insights on what’s being captured. Actiance customers manage over 500 million daily conversations across 80 channels and growing. Customers include the top 10 U.S., top 5 Canadian, top 8 European, and top 3 Asian banks. The Actiance advantage is customers stay ahead of compliance and uncover patterns and relationships hidden within their data. Learn more at www.actiance.com.

Actiance headquarters are in Redwood City, California. For more information, visit http://www.actiance.com or call 1-888-349-3223.

Actiance Media Team:

Lisa Bergamo

Vice President, Corporate Communications

Actiance, Inc.

Phone: 650-380-9250

Email: LBergamo@actiance.com