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November 06, 2012

kCura Relativity Makes (Small) Moves Into Processing

Relativity400After floating rumors since January at LegalTech New York, kCura Corp.'s Relativity is getting a processing engine in its latest release set for Nov. 30, Evan Koblentz reports. The new addition is targeted at law firms whose e-discovery processing needs are around the one-gigabyte range.

"We brought this point-and-shoot simplicity into processing. It's fully integrated into Relativity," said company CEO Andrew Sieja. The software will sell separately from Relativity review.

The new version of Relativity, 7.5, will also boast a simpler interface with expanded help files and reordered menus, as well as upgrades to its predictive coding tool, Relativity Assisted Review, including automated reports and set creation, email notifications, a management console and a faster setup.

Read the full story on LTN online.

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