Relativity is hosting its platform RelativityOne in Singapore for the first time now. The company has announced that KPMG is the first Big Four firm to offer RelativityOne in Asia and is the first Relativity partner to offer RelativityOne in Singapore.
With the availability of the new region, Relativity customers and partners in Singapore can benefit greatly from the company’s cloud platform that is capable of providing an intuitive user experience backed by the power of automation and integrated artificial intelligence. The company’s RelativityOne platform can help users to streamline their technology stack. Currently, the platform is available in 11 global geographies.
“The e-discovery and compliance market in Asia is rapidly developing, and Singapore is a major hub for innovation,” said Georgia Foster, Managing Director, APAC at Relativity. “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.”
Through its partnership with Relativity, KPMG will be enabling member firms across Asia to tap into the platform.This will help the company accelerate its processing and hosting of data into RelativityOne seamlessly and securely.
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