Compliance, an integrated eDiscovery services and managed review provider, today announced its selection as an approved Relativity Data Migration Partner, one of only nine globally. The extensive vetting process involves multiple steps and is no easy feat to achieve.

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Potential partners must meet core prerequisites to be considered. They must also demonstrate technical proficiency and client satisfaction through time-sensitive migration scenarios, navigating obstacle-ridden challenges, tackling difficult questions during mock client migrations, and working independently without relying on the Relativity Support Team. Compliance earned the coveted partner position by proving its team had the necessary knowledge and talent to manage complex migration scenarios in a timely and self-sufficient manner.

Compliance has been a proud partner of Relativity for more than seven years and is a certified RelativityOne Silver Partner, performing thousands of workspace migrations to Relativity’s on-premise and cloud instances. An experienced team of Relativity certified professionals, including Relativity Certified Administrators, Relativity Certified Infrastructure Engineers, and Relativity Masters, has logged hundreds of thousands of hours of Relativity support as they empower clients to optimize their eDiscovery experiences in Relativity. In addition, the Compliance Innovations (CI) Lab has created proprietary tools and workflows for the RelativityOne environment that deliver simplification and integration, including its newest automation tool, CI Migrate.

“We are thrilled and honored to be among the select few partners that made it through Relativity’s rigorous process, enabling us to demonstrate our expertise across various migration scenarios,” said Marc Zamsky, CEO of Compliance. “With the increasing adoption of RelativityOne by law firms, corporations, and government clients, data migration projects are a top priority—but they should not be a point of stress for our clients. Compliance and our proprietary tools can make the process simpler, easier, and hassle-free for clients.”

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