Relativity Expands Cloud Capabilities In South Korea

Relativity Expands Cloud Capabilities In South Korea

Relativity’s secure, end-to-end SaaS platform RelativityOne, is now available in South Korea.

Relativity has joined hands with Intellectual Data – South Korea’s first e-discovery service provider. With the advent of RelativityOne, the growing need for enterprise cloud services in Korea and elsewhere in Asia is now being met.

Relativity customers and partners in South Korea can now control their data in-country and innovate faster with a flexible and extensible cloud platform. With RelativityOne, users can streamline their technology stack to manage large volumes of complex, unstructured data and reduce risk with proactive threat prevention, 24/7 monitoring, automated security processes and leading compliance certifications.

The Korean litigation landscape is evolving, whereby digital forensics play a larger role in Korean companies’ foreign litigation. Amid the pandemic, many international companies are looking to partner with Korean law firms and litigation service providers to conduct e-discovery inspections across borders. Such global matters require collaboration across several jurisdictions, resulting in Korean firms to assess workflow efficiency while still maintaining the utmost data security. Firms are turning to cloud-based systems like RelativityOne to ensure a seamless process and the security of all data.

‘Korea is a rapid growth market for us in terms of Relativity usage’, said Georgia Foster, Managing Director, APAC at Relativity. ‘After long-standing demand from our customers to bring RelativityOne to Korea, we are delighted to now offer our trusted SaaS solution deployed locally for the Korean market.’

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The deployment of RelativityOne in Korea will provide Intellectual Data’s customers with the choice to leverage a more powerful cloud platform in addition to Relativity Server (On-Premises).

‘We are pleased to announce our expansion with Relativity, becoming the RelativityOne launch partner in Korea’, said Yongmin Cho, CEO, at Intellectual Data in Seoul. ‘We look forward to continuing to take part in bringing the best technology to Intellectual Data’s customers with the addition of Relativity’s cloud-based solution, RelativityOne.’

Intellectual Data will offer RelativityOne as a localised solution to address the increasing need for e-discovery services in the Korean market and throughout Asia. As more evidence is requested through the e-discovery process from foreign authorities, the number of cases involving Korean parties has grown, resulting in an increased appetite for enterprise cloud solutions that can automatically scale to project needs, while keeping sensitive data inside Korea

RelativityOne is currently available across 11 global geographies with two more to be added in 2021.