Conquest eDiscovery, a full-service e-discovery consulting and technology company, announced today that it has become a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner. As a Premium Hosting Partner, Conquest will host Relativity at its secure data center in
"Conquest's goal is to combine the best technology with experienced consultants and efficient workflows," notes
As a fully featured e-discovery platform, Relativity includes a complete set of text analytics capabilities, including near-duplicate detection, email threading, and computer-assisted review. Relativity also allows users to build custom applications within the software to manage and search all types of case-related data and information. Conquest plans to offer customized software that will integrate with Relativity to enhance current client workflows.
"We're excited to welcome Conquest eDiscovery as a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner," said
About Conquest eDiscovery
Conquest eDiscovery, LLC delivers litigation and e-discovery support tailored to each client. Conquest's licensed attorneys, case managers, paralegals, and technology professionals work seamlessly with client legal teams to provide:
• Technical and e-discovery consultation and implementation of a client's in-house e-discovery program, including IT architecture, software recommendations, best practices, training, and workflows;
• Professional consulting related to information management, document retention, discovery orders, 26(f) conferences, and 30(b)(6) depositions;
• E-discovery support including data preservation, collection, processing, hosting, and production; and
• Document review services. For more information, visit http://www.conquested.com.
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