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Reveal and Epiq Announce Artificial Intelligence Enterprise Licensing Agreement

Author: Reveal – www.RevealData.com

…“Epiq is excited to partner with Reveal as it expands its analytics and artificial intelligence offering through the acquisition of NexLP, a long-standing and highly strategic partner of Epiq,” said Doug Mazlish, SVP, strategic alliances…
…Epiq has long provided the Reveal AI software to legal services clients, but now expands the capability across all business workflows…

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Expanded access to analytics sounds like a positive. My question is how that stacks up in functionality and pricing to RelativityOne? I have received complaints from clients and peers that Epiq’s massive Relativity infrastructure lags the RelativityOne release cycle. Epiq customers are still being billed for analytics that are free for RelOne customers. The wording on this announcement makes me assume that customers will still have to pay the per GB upcharge to benefit from Reveal (NexLP). There are many scenarios where I could make that cost to benefit argument. Frankly, I need a third strong analytics competitor in the eDiscovery marketplace to put pricing and license model pressure providers. Analytics need to be the tool of choice rather than desperation in the face of overwhelming volume. So congrats to Reveal and I hope that this makes Epiq a bit more nimble.

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