RelativityOne Expands to Hong Kong.

Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - Hong Kong - eDiscovery

30 May, 2018

 

Relativity today announced that its comprehensive SaaS product, RelativityOne, will now be available in Hong Kong, adding to its current availability in the U.S. and UK—with availability in Canada and Germany later this year. The introduction of RelativityOne in Hong Kong comes at an important time for the larger APAC e-discovery market, which, according to IDC, is poised to experience the fastest Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of any e-discovery market from 2016-2021.*

 

"Making RelativityOne available in Hong Kong is a pivotal moment in an exciting year of growth for our SaaS product," said Relativity founder and CEO Andrew Sieja. "We've seen the use of Relativity expand in this market rapidly over the years, and think there's a great opportunity to provide a comprehensive and secure SaaS e-discovery platform—one that's easy to get up and running, and that our partners and customers in this region can build their businesses on."

 

The arrival of RelativityOne means that customers and partners in Hong Kong can handle their local and cross-border e-discovery instances with the security and flexibility of a comprehensive cloud-based e-discovery platform. Customers will also benefit from the functionality, customer support, and global user community that RelativityOne is known for. Relativity partner FTI Technology will be the first to offer RelativityOne in their Hong Kong location, following the recent expansion of its RelativityOne offering to the United Kingdom and Continental Europe.

 

"The introduction of RelativityOne to Hong Kong provides us with new opportunities to serve both our local customers and cross-border clients with the adaptability and security that the SaaS product provides," said Daryl Teshima, a Senior Managing Director of FTI Technology. "We're excited to be the first to offer RelativityOne in Hong Kong."

 

RelativityOne is built in Microsoft Azure's Hong Kong data center, which is both ISO 27001 and SSAE-16 SOC 2 certified. The new location promises dual-layer security thanks to the combination of Relativity's stringent data security standards and the trusted cloud security protocols of Microsoft Azure. Customers can check out the Relativity Trust pagefor more details.

 

*Source: IDC, Worldwide eDiscovery Software Forecast, 2017–2021, doc #US42766217, June 2017