LitSavant Ltd Releases LitSavant Conformity Engine - a Relativity Application for the Implementation of Business Logic in the eDiscovery Document Review Process

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Built on kCura’s ediscovery platform, Relativity, the LitSavant Conformity Engine provides an interface for users to create logical rules to automate or constrain data entry and to provide real time alerts or reports on document coding.

The innovation of the LitSavant Conformity Engine is to make it possible for non programmers to create sophisticated logical rules to apply to the coding process in Relativity. This improves the speed, accuracy, and consistency of any document review.

LitSavant Ltd, http://www.litsavant.com, a U.K.-based provider of consultancy services for e-disclosure and litigation support, today announced the release of the LitSavant Conformity Engine. This Relativity application is now available in the Relativity Ecosystem, http://kcura.com/relativity/ecosystem, and enables users to efficiently design and implement conditional rules and business logic within their Relativity workspaces.

“I was inspired to develop the LitSavant Conformity Engine after working with law firms that used Relativity, but lacked the programmers necessary for writing event handlers,” said Mark Dingle, director of LitSavant Ltd.

“We’re excited that our partners are solving unique challenges by building applications on top of Relativity,” said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura, http://kcura.com/corporate. “It’s great to see how much work went into the LitSavant Conformity Engine, allowing it to provide an easy way to create and manage complex logical rules from within Relativity.”

The LitSavant Conformity Engine, http://www.litsavant.com/litsavant-conformity-engine/welcome.aspx, allows users to implement event handler style functionality within the standard Relativity interface without requiring the expertise of a programmer. Users can easily design coding rules that generate real-time alerts or enter designated values into specified active records. Specifically, these rules can be used to alert Relativity users when entering incompatible data into fields, to notify senior staff when changes are made to key documents, or to auto-populate core audit information into designated fields, among other uses.

About LitSavant, http://www.litsavant.com
LitSavant Ltd was founded by Mark Dingle in 2010 and is headquartered in London UK. LitSavant focuses on providing litigation support consultancy to law firms and corporations and on providing advice and training to service providers and law firms on the practical aspects of eDiscovery. The addition of the LitSavant Conformity Engine to LitSavant’s portfolio reinforces Mark’s status as one of only 2 fully qualified Relativity Independent Consultants in the world today. http://kcura.com/relativity/partners/independent-consultants

Email: Info(at)litsavant(dot)com

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