A long time has passed since Relativity Fest 2019 in Chicago, and the big Relativity development news has shifted to its new user interface, Aero.
All the changes are cumulative, however, and the latest developments should not obscure the importance of the previous rounds of improvement.
In this, the third of my interviews with Jamie Berry, Executive Vice President, eDiscovery Services at Integreon, I asked him what were the most exciting Relativity developments down to that date.
Unsurprisingly, his answer was much the same as I got from others – analytics and the ability to follow communication trails. As to analytics, Jamie Berry praised the way Relativity had worked hard to integrate both its own analytics tools and those provided by third parties.
His greatest praise, though, was reserved for the developments in messaging and the ability to follow conversation threads. Few business conversations now take place solely in email; people switch between Slack, Skype, LinkedIn and other communications platforms. Reviewers are not going to be efficient, Jamie Berry said, if they cannot move seamlessly between all of these sources of communication and track conversations as they happened in real life.