Complete Discovery Source (CDS) Expands to Offer RelativityOne in Switzerland and the Netherlands

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Strengthens EU eDiscovery Capabilities During a Period of Heightened Data Privacy Concerns and Brexit Complications

Complete Discovery Source (CDS), leading provider of eDiscovery and data management solutions, announced today that it is expanding the company’s global footprint in the European Union (EU) with cloud-based eDiscovery solution, RelativityOne, in Switzerland and the Netherlands.

In Europe’s shifting legal and regulatory landscape, litigation and investigations continue to grow in scope, scale, and risk. Data privacy regulations make information sharing more complicated between jurisdictions. And in many cross-border matters, parties are required to keep data from leaving the country altogether.

CDS’ EU expansion leverages the company’s deep experience helping organizations address the challenges of complying with complex global data privacy laws.

“Companies and law firms based in and/or operating in Switzerland and the Netherlands responding to litigation or investigations, need a comprehensive, secure solution for data processing, hosting, review, and production,” said Nyi Htwe, Chief Technology Officer, CDS. “Built on the Microsoft Azure Cloud, RelativityOne is the most flexible, scalable, and secure platform for eDiscovery available.”

Since 2015, CDS has been on the ground in Switzerland, servicing global companies' Swiss operations and data sources. CDS recently partnered with Relativity on the launch of RelativityOne Switzerland to provide clients access to leading-edge eDiscovery.

CDS’ expansion to the Netherlands is designed to provide European companies that are concerned about Brexit the opportunity to support their businesses in mainland Europe. Looking ahead to the potential issues that may arise between the EU and the UK, companies can now achieve some peace of mind by opening their litigation hub within the EU.

“CDS has been a key Relativity partner for more than a decade, having expanded global services and support, and helping many customers make the move to the cloud,” said Steve Couling, Managing Director and VP Sales, EMEA at Relativity. “We are excited for CDS to and their expansion of their RelativityOne footprint into Switzerlamd and the Netherlands, offering their deep-rooted expertise to to more corporations and law firms in Europe.”

CDS maintains data centers in the US, Canada, UK, and EU and executes multi-jurisdictional data collections and analysis around the world. When data can’t be moved out of local data centers and/or requires remote access, CDS Digital Customs™ can be deployed onsite in corporate facilities.

About Complete Discovery Source
Complete Discovery Source (CDS) is a leading eDiscovery company, providing litigation technology, advisory services, and data management solutions for complex, global matters. CDS is the first choice of the Am Law 100 and Fortune 500 and has been recognized as “Best in End-to-End eDiscovery” by the National Law Journal. As a Silver-Level RelativityOne certified partner, CDS delivers a large, high volume footprint of cloud-based eDiscovery for corporations, law firms and government agencies. The company is headquartered in New York with offices in Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco and London, and maintains highly secure data centers internationally. For more information, contact CDS at or visit

About Relativity
At Relativity, we make software to help users organize data, discover the truth, and act on it. Our e-discovery platform is used by more than 13,000 organizations around the world to manage large volumes of data and quickly identify key issues during litigation, internal investigations, and compliance operations with SaaS platform RelativityOne and Relativity Trace. Relativity has users in 48+ countries from organizations, including the U.S. Department of Justice, and 199 of the Am Law 200. Relativity has been named one of Chicago's Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune for nine consecutive years. Please contact Relativity at or visit for more information.

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