kCura, maker of the Relativity review platform and the Method legal hold application, released the latest version of Relativity 7 today. Since most of the 40,000 people using kCura in a month are engaged in document review, says kCura President and CEOAndrew Sieja, the new review platform aims to go "back to the reviewer" with new improvements in document viewing and coding, as well as new tools for case managers to build custom applications and workspaces.
kCura Rolls New Relativity 7 'Back to the Reviewer'
Law Technology News
June 7, 2011
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