Interview: Erika Namnath of H5 on how H5 uses Relativity for its clients

I get the opportunity from time to time to talk to people from Relativity partners to find out how they use Relativity to help their clients. H5 is a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner which has long had a very good name for sophisticated search applications designed to reduce very large volumes of documents to manageable collections of those which matter.

I recently interviewed Erika Namnath who is Associate Director, eDiscovery at H5 and asked her to tell me how H5 uses Relativity to manage eDiscovery.

Erika Namnath explained that her role involves much conventional evidence management, including working with clients on a scoping phase to identify the best way of achieving the objectives. Beyond that, however, H5 has its own solution called KDI – Key Document Identification.

Key to H5’s work are the tools and support which kCura makes available to enable its partners to develop their own solutions. Erika Namnath says that kCura has made “huge strides” in opening up the platform for companies like H5 to develop tools for managing timelines and reducing costs.

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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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