Legal Data Workspace & Reveal to deliver richer client experience

Legal Data Workspace designates Reveal as its Preferred SaaS-Based AI Platform

September 9, 2021 - Brainspace, the global provider of the leading AI-powered eDiscovery platform, announced today that Legal Data Workspace has engaged the AI technology powerhouse to provide superior, end-to-end solutions driving today’s forward-thinking legal organisations. As the leading data management company, Legal Data Workspace work with the most intelligent, user-friendly AI solutions. Their solid relationship with Reveal Brainspace enables our team to deliver a richer client experience.

“Our platform has completely redefined AI innovation in the practice of law. Fueled by the world’s most powerful AI technology and backed by the largest team of data scientists in the industry, Reveal is uniquely positioned to fulfill Legal Data Workspace’s eDiscovery needs,” said Wendell Jisa, founder & CEO of Reveal. “We’re looking forward to working with the Legal Data Workspace team and helping the entire organization gain a massive competitive advantage in a rapidly evolving space.” 

Legal Data Workspace will take full advantage of Reveal’s platform, which includes industry-leading processing, early case assessment, AI, review, production functionality and customizable API-enabled back end, along with superior visual analytics. For the first time, all of these superior AI-powered technologies are now available on one comprehensive hub – creating a customer experience unrivaled in the industry. Legal Data Workspace will be specifically leveraging the platform for instant ability to provide our clients with the best AI toolset to manage ad hoc data assessment/analytics requests in addition to eDiscovery and Managed Document Review projects.

I am truly delighted to be working with Reveal Brainspace – an intelligent integration of the best tools that delivers ease of use and pragmatic workflows for users

Lisa Burton, CEO LegalDW

Legal Data Workspace selected Reveal’s eDiscovery solution because it allows for the frictionless automation of key eDiscovery processing, data analytics, utilisation of sophisticated artificial intelligence models for review, compliance and more – all of which can be used across their operations.

Lisa Burton, CEO of Legal Data Workspace said “As a Legal Technologist for 25 years and having worked with all of the eDiscovery platforms, witnessing the growth of the TAR, CAL and AI technologies in the space, somewhat tested under the stringent eye of UK Courts, I am truly delighted to be working with Reveal Brainspace – an intelligent integration of the best tools that delivers ease of use and pragmatic workflows for users – and one that the team at Legal Data Workspace is proud to offer in our suite of top products.”

Legal Data Workspace is one of more than 36 organisations that have selected Reveal’s AI-powered solutions since the start of 2021. The influx of new client wins for Reveal reflects the growing demand for what the company is offering – frictionless automation of custom eDiscovery workflows.

These new, strategic partnerships come on the heels of other significant moves made by Reveal shaping the legal industry. In less than six months, Reveal has merged with the two leading AI solutions, Brainspace and NexLP – catapulting the company to its position as the largest legal-focused AI provider globally. Reveal’s customers include the leading legal service providers, law firms, corporations and government agencies around the globe.  


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