3 years ago
January 27, 2017
United Language Group Releases OctaveAPI Connector for Relativity
OctaveAPI integrates multilingual e-discovery capabilities, including language identification, multiple language keyword search, and machine translation features, into Relativity
Minneapolis, MN (January 27, 2017) – United Language Group (ULG) today announced the release of OctaveAPI, a multilingual e-discovery solution that integrates with Relativity, kCura’s e-discovery software.
Relativity is a complete platform used by law firms, government agencies, and corporations to tackle their unique e-discovery and data challenges – from litigation to internal investigations to information governance. As a platform, Relativity allows developers to design, build, and integrate applications that add or extend functionality.
With OctaveAPI, the entire multilingual e-discovery process can be managed in one convenient interface within Relativity. OctaveAPI provides specialized language identification (LI), rapid machine translation (MT), and automated translation workflows, streamlining the multilingual e-discovery process for legal teams.
Using the OctaveAPI connector for Relativity, legal clients can choose to send documents for translation to expert linguists, or leverage rapid machine translation for further analysis and content filtering, integrating keyword searches within the translation process. The connector allows users to send files to the secure ULG domain, with machine translations delivered within hours and uploaded to the user’s Relativity interface for analysis. The quick delivery times and easy-to-use interface help users efficiently identify important documents and data relevant to a global case or investigation.
“ULG strives to provide targeted language solutions that address the pain points our clients face during multilingual e-discovery,” said ULG president Kristen Giovanis. “OctaveAPI connects ULG’s broad network of expert translators and our language technology solutions with Relativity’s extensive community of e-discovery practitioners.”
OctaveAPI is now part of the Relativity Ecosystem, which includes applications and integrations built by Relativity developer partners.
“Multilingual investigations can be complex,” said Perry Marchant, vice president of engineering at kCura. “It’s great that we can offer Relativity users a tool like OctaveAPI that helps simplify the process.”
About United Language Group
United Language Group (ULG) is an innovative translation and localization provider founded on quality processes and language expertise. ULG provides unique technology solutions and high-quality language services to give an exceptional experience to every customer, every time. As one of the largest language services providers globally, ULG is headquartered in Minneapolis (USA), with offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, Galway (Ireland), and Hong Kong. For more information, visit www.unitedlanguagegroup.com.
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