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Reveal Acquires NexLP to become the leading AI-powered eDiscovery Solution

Author: Reveal Data

… The companies have worked to fully integrate NexLP’s AI software into Reveal’s review software for more than a year. All features, including the industry-exclusive ability to run multiple AI models, as well as all future functionality, become part of Reveal’s standard software. NexLP’s artificial intelligence platform will remain available as a stand-alone application for current clients…
… “We chose Reveal, after considering all the major players in the space, because they offer by-far, the most comprehensive, solutions-oriented technology on the market and we have a shared vision for the future of legal technology”, said Jay Leib, Reveal EVP of Innovation & Strategy. “Reveal’s global footprint and ability to deploy the Reveal solution in the cloud or on-premise enables us to rapidly expand the adoption of AI to tens of thousands of legal, risk and compliance professionals overnight. Our existing clients and partners should all be thrilled with our ability to expand our capabilities by joining Reveal.”…

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Editor Comment:

When Jay Leib and team created the NexLP Story Engine™ in 2013 it only ran on top of a Relativity instance. That made sense given the team’s deep Relativity knowledge and relationships. I always wondered how long that dependence would last following kCura’s 2016 acquisition of Content Analyst. It lasted a lot longer than I initially expected. So the real question here is how the Relativity-NexLP relationship will fare now that Reveal will be offering the full NexLP integration to their global customer base. It would be nice to see some healthy competition and options for very large discovery review. Congrats to Jay and the team. Have you used Reveal’s platform? What are your impressions for complex reviews?

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