Software-as-a-Servicer (SaaS) platform provider Relativity
has announced it is now hosting its ‘RelativityOne’ solution in Singapore. Relativity, which has headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, United States, was founded in 2001. The company specializes in a range of areas including software development, legal technology, and information governance. Its e-discovery and compliance software allows people to “organize data, discover the truth, and act on it”. Its platform is utilized by around 13,000 organizations globally and allows users to “manage large volumes of data and quickly identify key issues during litigation, internal investigations, and compliance operations”. After expanding its cloud capabilities in Asia, global professional audit, tax, and advisory services network KPMG became the first of Relativity’s partners to offer RelativityOne in Singapore.
RelativityOne is designed to enable companies to manage “large volumes of complex, unstructured data” while protecting them from potential security risks (such as cyber attacks) and aid them with compliance issues. The availability of RelativityOne in Singapore means its customers in the city state “can now innovate faster with a flexible and extensible cloud platform that provides an intuitive user experience backed by the power of automation and integrated artificial intelligence”. KPMG’s deployment of RelativityOne in Singapore will allow it to quickly process and host data securely and offer the technological solutions needed to manage e-discovery and internal investigations.
"The e-discovery and compliance market in Asia is rapidly developing, and Singapore is a major hub for innovation," explained Relativity’s APAC Managing Director, Georgia Foster. "This new offering reinforces Relativity's commitment to expanding globally and will allow our APAC customer base to better serve their clients and meet the needs brought on by the increase of cloud adoption in the region, in particular in the investigations, arbitration, litigation and compliance monitoring spaces."
“With RelativityOne now being hosted through the Singapore data centre, our forensic investigation capabilities are bolstered to deliver new efficiencies in processing and managing multi-jurisdictional e-discovery matters for customers," added Head of Forensic Technology, Asia Pacific, at KPMG in Singapore, Eddie Toh, Partner. "Our longstanding relationship with Relativity globally mooted the collaboration and we are excited to transform and transcend to the cloud with Relativity in Singapore, who are clearly the pioneers in using cloud for e-discovery."Do you know of any other companies offering new services in Asia? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.