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RelativityOne is all set to take over APAC as it has reached Singapore

RelativityOne is all set to take over APAC as it has reached Singapore

Relativity has recently made an announcement that it has secured RelativityOne, a SaaS platform hosted in Singapore. KPMG has become the first partner in Singapore to offer the RelativityOne in Asia. Through this latest effort, KPMG has made it clear that it is committed to expanding its cloud capabilities in Singapore. Partners and customers of Relativity can now innovate their offerings faster with an extensible and flexible cloud platform. The power of automation supports RelativityOne, and it is integrated with AI. Clients can now streamline their technology stack effectively with RelativityOne, manage a huge amount of unstructured data, and minimize risk with better threat prevention, leading compliance, and security processes.

Asia is continuing to remain as the forerunner for new technologies and major innovation. RelativityOne will expand globally and allow Asia-Pacific customers to improve their capabilities. By deploying RelativityOne in Singapore, KPMG is allowing companies in Asia to tap into the platform providing support for better solutions. These offerings can also benefit internal investigation for clients and improve e-discovery. Hosting and processing of Data can now be accelerated seamlessly into RelativityOne. As of now, RelativityOne is available in 11 global geographical regions, and two more are being expected by the end of 2021.

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