Relativity unveils next-generation interface
Global legal and compliance technology company Relativity has launched a new user interface to help streamline processes and increase efficiency.
Relativity has released Aero UI, which it says gives users the same access to the power and security of RelativityOne with a new intuitive user interface.
It has been built, Relativity chief product officer Chris Brown said, to help simplify the “inherently complex process” of managing large volumes of data without compromising access to the most advanced technology in the industry.
“Aero UI embodies a bold move towards a default simple and optionally advanced interface with a focus on improving time-to-value for users. This simply powerful mindset goes beyond Aero UI; it’s the catalyst driving a paradigm shift in how Relativity builds experiences for and – more importantly – with our customers,” he said.
Aero UI is “more than just a redesign of the user interface”, the company said in a statement, noting the platform has been “rearchitected” across the following five key dimensions for customers: modern aesthetics, next-gen viewer, workflow-based navigation, performance speeds and automated workflows.
These improvements, the company said, have already been instrumental in driving performance gains and efficiencies.
“Streamlined navigation that makes it easier for users to find what they need quickly, faster load times and the ability to customise the platform provide customers the ability to devote their time and resources to address other pressing business priorities,” it submitted.
The performance of Aero UI, Control Risks e-discovery operations manager Liraz Kolnik said, has been “impressive”.
“It has already saved our teams nearly five hours a week. In other words, that is five additional hours per week that we can spend on training, additional client requests, workspace maintenance and other tasks,” he said.
Moreover, Relativity continued, the new user interface empowers legal professionals to take better advantage of the benefits of RelativityOne.
“Aero UI is designed to be accessible to every user – technical or not, which provides more opportunities for even novice users to feel confident working within a single platform to collaborate more effectively with their teams,” the company said.
Broadcom e-discovery and information governance lead Joe Obermaier said: “With Aero UI, our attorneys are more willing to jump into RelativityOne which saves us a lot of time. With an easier-to-use interface, we are fielding fewer questions and spending less time supporting our internal teams with RelativityOne questions.”