kCura's Andrew Sieja and Nick Robertson discuss new features in Relativity 8.
Relativity 8 offers significant enhancements for developers, designed to make it easier than ever to build on top of the platform.
Relativity users share what they like about the e-discovery platform, as well as why they enjoy working with kCura.
What is Relativity? Learn how Relativity solves e-discovery challenges as Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura, gives a high-level overview of the platform’s core capabilities.
Margaret Duggan, from the kCura education team, explains how Relativity Processing is fully integrated within your workspace, allowing case teams to start review sooner without ever leaving the system.
Learn how Relativity's embedded concept search engine brings efficiencies and enhanced quality control measures to the review process. Nick Robertson, from the kCura sales and marketing team, gives a guided tour.
Constantine Pappas, from the advice@kCura team, explains how Relativity Assisted Review is the flexible, transparent way to review large volumes of electronic documents.
Pivot is a data visualization tool that enables users to analyze key data to reveal trends and patterns in a case. Ashley Woolley, from the kCura marketing team, gives a guided tour.
Relativity supports highly complex and sensitive review by securing documents, data and features within a case. Client services team member, Ryan Merholz, explains why this is important.
Adi Elliott, from the kCura sales team, shows how Relativity supports the review of foreign language and Unicode documents.
Relativity has fully-integrated production capabilities. Dan Miller, from the product management team, shows the power and flexibility of Relativity's production engine, as well as the tools available to track and report on production history throughout the life of the matter.
Client Services team member Katrina Pelters presents how Relativity allows users to create applications to organize and track information, in addition to their e-discovery documents, without programming knowledge.
Josh Sullivan describes how Relativity Fact Manager assists users with case strategy and analysis throughout litigation.
kCura's Scott Ellis discusses Relativity Performance Dashboard, an application that helps you analyze and monitor the performance of your Relativity environment in real time.
See what's new in each release of Relativity, as explained by our team.
Check out the Relativity Fest 2011 video for an in-depth look at our annual user conference in Chicago.
Andrew Sieja demos a prototype of new technology in Relativity to Relativity Fest attendees. Spontaneous gatherings at Relativity Fest let users share their experiences with the software.
In this interview, kCura's Nick Robertson talks to Buzz Williams, head coach of Marquette University’s men’s basketball team, about what it takes to compete at the elite level – both in basketball and in business.
Watch the Relativity Fest 2010 video for an in-depth look at our our annual user conference in Chicago.
Watch footage from our interactive keynote event, "The Marshmallow Challenge," to observe Relativity Fest attendees planning, building, and collaborating to complete a fun and unique project.
Method is a web-based workflow and notification system for the management of legal hold and risk assessment processes.
Jay Leib discusses the ways in which the Method legal hold management application can be used to develop and execute a proactive litigation strategy.
A look inside kCura's workplace culture.
Amy Merholz and Ryan Merholz discuss the new Answers Forum on the Relativity Customer Portal.
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