Relativity's recent launch of its Review Center tool, hosted within the RelativityOne platform, has the potential to spur a sea change in the way we conduct document reviews in the future, a change we are really excited to witness and help facilitate. As part of this year's Relativity Fest, during the 'Responding to the COVID-19 Public Enquiry' talk, our Altlaw representative spoke in detail on how we are using the Review Center tool to support the various charities, government bodies and private individuals investigating our government's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
With it being the latest tool to grace the eDiscovery community there is naturally a lot of intrigue surrounding Review Center and, as a provider with a fair amount of experience with the tool, we'd like to provide some insight into the tool, set to change the eDiscovery game.
What is Review Center?
Review Center provides a holistic approach to all your review needs by collating all necessary review information and reporting within one easy-to-use management tool. The Review Center tool aims to support and speed up your review process by offering swifter set-up, centralised reporting and more straightforward tools that require less training, allowing reviewers to focus on the review.
Review Center capabilities:
One of the most game-changing distinctions between Reviews Center and a standard review is the ability to feed reviewers a continuous stream of documents without having to batch. This feature within Review Center still allows the review manager to separate out documents that certain levels of reviewers shouldn't have access to but also eliminates the often confusing batching process and the time it takes to train reviewers on this step.
These new flexible document queues that replace batching are completely customisable and based on saved searches. Access to the documents can be restricted by selecting conditions when creating a document queue. Once the queue is created documents are then fed to reviewers one at a time and reporting allows you to see exactly how many documents there are in your queue and how many have been reviewed.
Another key benefit of Review Center is the transferrable templates that can be shared across any and all workspaces. This enables you to create custom templates and workflows for clients and apply them to future projects without having to spend time recreating successful workflows. This saves valuable time during your project setup and ensures workflows your project manager has worked hard to create can be implemented across several workspaces to boost efficiencies.
Within Review Center there are also prioritised review capabilities - the integrative learning classifier, similar to the Active Learning tool. In contrast to the Active Learning tool, the integrative learning classifier requires a minimum number of documents to be coded before serving reviewers documents it thinks will be relevant. This allows for the algorithm to have a better understanding of the documents prior to serving them to your reviewers.
There will also be sampling and validation capabilities similar to those of the elusion (now validation) test coming in the next few months. This will be a test that can be run over the data within your Review Center to gain insight into the quality of your remaining un-coded documents and help determine the natural endpoint of your project.
Review Center with Altlaw:
Do you think your upcoming project could benefit from the efficiencies held within Review Center? Reach out to an Altlaw member of staff to chat about how we can use Review Center to support you today!