QDiscovery Wins Best Innovation: Community Choice at Relativity Innovation Awards

Monday, November 27, 2017 - 12:05

QDiscovery, a leader in eDiscovery and digital forensic solutions and services, announced that the company’s QMobile Insight solution has been awarded Relativity’s 2017 Innovation Award in the category of Best Innovation: Community Choice.

QMobile Insight offers a new approach to easily integrate mobile data into Relativity, allowing litigators to access all case data in one place.  With QMobile Insight, users can review and produce mobile data the same way as other ESI, allowing them to search and analyze mobile data and quickly identify patterns in mobile data sets – which can consist of tens of thousands of texts, call records and voicemails.

“I’m extremely proud of our innovation team for creating QMobile Insight,” said David Barrett, CEO of QDiscovery. “When they couldn’t find an existing solution to review texts, chats, emojis and other data found on cell phones, they created one. We’re thrilled to win the Community Choice award, especially among such strong competition.”

The Relativity Innovation Awards are an annual competition celebrating organizations that use Relativity in creative ways, solving difficult or unique challenges within and outside of e-discovery. Relativity announced the winners during a special ceremony at Relativity Fest, the annual eDiscovery conference held October 22-25 in Chicago. This three-day event brought together nearly 2,000 attendees from around the world to engage in panel discussions, hands-on labs, breakout sessions, and insights from both Relativity team members and end users.

“We’re excited to congratulate QDiscovery on winning Best Innovation: Community Choice at the 2017 Relativity Innovation Awards,” said Perry Marchant, vice president of engineering at Relativity. “By tackling mobile discovery with QMobile Insight, they inspired our community by showing how new and challenging data types can be handled by the Relativity platform.”

QDiscovery offers a full spectrum of eDiscovery and digital forensics services. “Our innovation team is always exploring ways to more closely align forensic investigation and eDiscovery services to provide our clients with a seamless workflow from initial investigation through the final day of a trial,” said Barrett. “Expect to see future innovations from QDiscovery as new data types emerge as essential evidence in litigation.”