Interview: Jeffrey Seymour of Morae Legal talks about RelativityOne and corporate cloud adoption

relativity2016logoWhile I was at Relativity Fest, kCura introduced me to Jeffrey Seymour of Morae Legal, and I talked to him about Morae Legal’s work with corporate legal departments and about kCura’s RelativityOne and corporate cloud adoption.

Jeffrey Seymour says that Morae Legal’s aim is to help corporate legal departments with information management and discovery.

Two years ago, he said, few corporations had plans to move their data to the cloud. Now the benefits of security and cost have changed that, and many corporations are planning, or at least thinking about, moving discovery into the enterprise as a core business process. Morae Legal’s ambition is to help then integrate discovery with wider information governance and to help solve the information management problem at its root.

kCura’s RelativityOne is ideal for this, Jeffrey Seymour says – not only cloud-based, but very focused on integration with core data sources such as Microsoft 365.

Jeffrey Seymour adds that kCura’s market leadership and its wide adoption in the marketplace is not something to be ignored.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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