One of the attractions of Relativity for its partners and customers is the ability to customise it and to add functionality to meet client needs.
This was the main theme arising from my interview with Charlie Kaupp, Product Manager for H5, at Relativity Fest.
H5’s clients range from those who are expert themselves and know exactly what they what they want through to those who need a lot of hand-holding, education and consultation. Both benefit from the fact that Relativity is an open development platform which allows H5 to access the databases and APIs to develop applications.
H5 was a contender for the Relativity Fest 2017 Innovation Award and, after this interview, won that award for an application called Matter Intelligence. As Charlie Kaupp describes here, Matter Intelligence keeps track of the Relativity infrastructure, tracks billing for eDiscovery services, and allows multiple organisations to collaborate with each other in a centralised fashion.
The interview also touches on announcements made that morning at Relativity Fest about planned developments in Relativity analytics. Charlie Kaupp anticipates that H5’s linguistic, statistics and mathematical experts would be able to put this to good use.