ICYMI at RelativityFest, Behold Hanzo Dynamic Review for Relativity

| October 8 2018

Last week at Relativity Fest we brought Dynamic Review to the world.  

 

Hanzo Dynamic Review™ for Relativity® brings the whole process of collecting dynamic web content and reviewing it into the Relativity workspace so that it’s easier and faster to collect and review dynamic web content.


For the first time, it’s possible to review content dynamically in native format—making review more accurate and efficient.

 

“Hanzo’s dynamic web content review platform is unique in the marketplace, and now that their viewer is fully integrated into Relativity, our shared users can take full advantage of Hanzo’s innovative approach to dynamic content review in discovery.”

Drew Deitch, Senior Manager of Strategic Relationships, Relativity

 

Modernize your approach and get these benefits:

FUTURE-PROOF REVIEW

Evolve your review processes with the pace of dynamic web-based technologies.

UNCOVER HIDDEN DATA

Uncover evidence previously hidden by static review formats and get better insights by expanding comments and replies, watching videos, or reviewing hover over tooltips.

CONNECT THE DOTS

Navigate the complete and contextual data naturally. Click on links which seamlessly sync you to the next logical record for tagging.


SIMPLIFY WORKFLOW

With Hanzo Dynamic Review for Relativity, you can easily import data and review all sources as part of your normal review process directly within Relativity — no additional logins necessary.


See Hanzo Dynamic Review for Relativity in action!  Schedule a live demo today. 

 

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