We partner with the leading technology companies in the forensic, infrastructure and archiving space.

Our partners' tools work seamlessly within our workflow so our clients can quickly and easily connect with the data that is important to them. Our wide range of Technology Partners help you make the most of your eDiscovery investments.


KLDiscovery was the first and is the longest-standing resale partner of Relativity. We are the most progressive Relativity Certified Partner today with three applications in the Relativity Ecosystem.

  • AutoRedaction
  • A/V Suite
  • PrivLog Builder
Office 365

Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery allows you to better understand your Office 365 environment while analyzing your unstructured data.

Office 365 Security & Compliance Center provides our data-rich customers a one-stop portal for data protection while also helping clients with compliance needs.

Microsoft Azure

We deploy Azure as an IaaS deployment for rapid global executions of our cloud-enabled review platform, Nebula.

We leverage Azure Cognitive Services for translation, transcription and advanced analytics.

Hitachi Data Systems

Hitachi provides us with enterprise storage platforms for our eDiscovery processing and hosting services.


Our infrastructure consists of high performance computing, database and storage platforms for eDiscovery processing and hosting services.


Our Unified Archive solution is an enterprise-class information governance platform.


Their FTK forensic processing core integrates seamlessly into our workflow with modular components.

Paraben Corporation

Their commitment to digital forensics helps us maintain tip-of-the-spear forensic collection capabilities, even providing collection support for the Amazon Echo.


Cellebrite Mobile Synchronization helps with data extraction, transfer and analysis for cellular phones and mobile devices.

Guidance Software

Guidance gives us the tools needed to collect from over 25 mobile device types while offering investigators the flexibility to collect and review critical mobile evidence including text messages, call records, pictures and graphics.