Infinnium, delivering solutions that transform information governance and corporate decision-making using artificial intelligence, today announced the integration of ObscurePI™ with the Relativity e-discovery platform via the Relativity App Hub to enable mass redaction and anonymization within native files.
ObscurePI is a key module of the company’s flagship 4iG™ platform, a suite of technologies which advances significant time and cost efficiencies related to e-discovery investigations. 4iG and its module ObscurePI both integrate with Relativity will be demonstrated at Relativity Fest in Chicago, October 20-23.
As the exponential growth of data volumes, data types, and compliance requirements outpace organizations’ abilities to manage them in a modern efficient manner, 4iG™ leverages a suite of advanced technologies to organize structured and unstructured data into a unified repository for unprecedented visibility, control and analysis. This active repository enables significantly improved efficiencies related to search, collection, review, indexing, identification of PII and sensitive information, and production of documents in conjunction with e-discovery, investigations, privacy and compliance matters.
ObscurePI™, a module of 4iG™, redefines redaction workflows and solves a substantial and proliferating compliance challenge for organizations of all types, domestic, international and multinational. ObscurePI™ detects PI, PHI or other sensitive information, facilitates and enables direct, mass redactions and anonymization within native documents. As our moral, ethical and legal obligations to identify and protect PII and PHI and other types of sensitive information continues to increase, current technology offerings have not provided solutions sufficient robust to achieve time and cost-efficient redaction workflows.
Harsh Sutaria, co-founder and chief success officer at Infinnium said, “Governance over data is the top business challenge organizations face. We are not changing what organizations ‘want’ to do, we are changing ‘how’ they do it by applying innovative technology solutions that enable modern processes. We are thrilled to bring these solutions to Relativity users and look forward to driving even more value to the Relativity ecosystem.”
“As data volume and complexity increases, it’s important that our Relativity users have the necessary tools to handle the variety of structured and unstructured data types they encounter throughout the review process,” said Drew Deitch, director of strategic partnerships at Relativity. “We’re thrilled to welcome these two new apps from Infinnium to the App Hub so that our users can streamline their redaction workflows.”
4iG™ and ObscurePI™ are available in the Relativity App Hub, which includes applications and integrations built by Relativity developer partners. With more than 90 apps now available, the App Hub gives users the ability to pick and choose the solutions that best suit their unique workflows across different stages of the e-discovery process—and solve data challenges outside e-discovery.
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