Over the past few years, LexisNexis has been on a buying spree. In 2015, the company bought Lex Machina, followed by a September 2016 purchase of startup Intelligize, an analytics platform that leveraged Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) data. Less than a year later, in June 2017, LexisNexis also acquired legal research, analytics and visualization platform Ravel Law.

While LexisNexis has been slowly integrating some of the three products’ features into its main Lexis Advance platform suite, it is now looking to leverage its acquisitions towards something entirely new. The result of that vision is today’s launch of the Lexis Analytics, a collection of analytics tools it believes will be the most comprehensive offering on the market.

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