eDiscovery Provider E-STET Hosting Relativity with Direct-License Option

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California eDiscovery company’s new Relativity Enterprise Licensing Program (ELP) reduces total cost of ownership

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The future of the eDiscovery industry is driven by services like the ELP that give both total control over all the pieces of a solution as well as provide efficiency and simplification of products and services.

E-STET today announced that they have expanded the capabilities of their managed services offering by creating the Enterprise Licensing Program (ELP), a new way for corporations and law firms to adopt kCura’s Relativity eDiscovery platform. This new option allows corporations to obtain a Relativity license without having to construct their own infrastructure or enter into a series of negotiations and contracts with multiple parties. E-STET's ELP provides Relativity licenses and infrastructure under one fixed-fee contract.

Founded in 2007, with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, E-STET provides eDiscovery and information governance solutions for law firms and corporations nationwide. E-STET has been providing a more streamlined eDiscovery process with recent product and service releases, including Wind and Screen i/o.

Available to Relativity Best in Service Partners running Relativity 9.1 or higher, multi-tenancy technology allows E-STET to serve multiple customers in a single Relativity deployment through ELP. Customers get the same front-end administrative control—including workspace and user creation and the ability to grant permissions to their end users—as they would in their own Relativity deployment, while reaping the benefits and cost savings of a shared deployment hosted by E-STET. By securely isolating users, resource pools, workspaces, groups, and matters by client, ELP ensures all items within a client's environment are inaccessible to any users outside that environment.

“ELP is an easy and cost-effective way for a corporation or law firm to get their hands on Relativity,” said Michael Dunn, President of E-STET. “The future of the eDiscovery industry is driven by services like the ELP that give both total control over all the pieces of a solution as well as provide efficiency and simplification of products and services.”

About e-Stet
E-STET is a California-based legal technology company streamlining litigation through technology. E-STET’s cutting-edge team of lawyers and computer engineers enjoys pushing the legal tech envelope for its law firm and corporate clients with next-generation eDiscovery technology. The Los Angeles Business Journal rated e-Stet as the #4 best place to work in Los Angeles, and E-STET has been on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 fastest growing companies in America list for two years in a row. Please contact e-Stet at contact(at)e-stet(dot)com or visit http://www.e-stet.com for more information.

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