Relativity Unveils New Pricing Model

By Noah Long ● February 3, 2020
  • Leading legaltech company Relativity has announced its plans for pricing this year to make things easier for customers to take advantage of RelativityOne

Leading legaltech company Relativity has announced its plans for pricing this year. With the new pricing model, it makes things easier for customers to take advantage of RelativityOne. RelativityOne product is one of the fastest-growing products in the company’s history and it now has more than 22,000 workspaces and more than 5PB of data under management.

Along with introducing pay-as-you-go, Relativity will release its new Aero UI and continue progress with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to achieve full FedRAMP authorization to support the launch of RelativityOne Government this year.

“Watching Relativity grow over the last year as a board member and now as CEO has been an exciting and humbling experience,” said Relativity CEO Mike Gamson. “We are jumping into 2020 with so much momentum. I can’t wait to watch our customers leverage an even more powerful and intuitive RelativityOne to solve the world’s most complex data problems in e-discovery and beyond.”

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Starting February 17, 2020, customers can choose a pay as you go model — which will provide the opportunity to pay for the software month-to-month based on utilization. And alternatively, customers can still take advantage of a flex commit model with discounts of up to 25%.

“Inside Fortune 100 corporations, the deployment of enterprise-wide software solutions can be a lengthy process and require buy-in from multiple teams across the company. Because RelativityOne is cloud-based, software upgrades and security enhancements happen automatically, saving me and the company time and resources,” added Exelon’s manager of legal technology and e-discovery operations Charisma Starr. “RelativityOne also provides a single platform for both in-house and external attorneys to use and in turn, has streamlined infrastructure, storage needs and reduces the overall cost.”

Relativity Chief Operating Officer Nick Robertson pointed out that the company is excited to announce pay-as-you-go in response to a lot of feedback received from customers.

“It aligns with SaaS and cloud models frequently found outside of our industry and will make it easier for all of our customers to take advantage of RelativityOne,” noted Robertson.

In total, Relativity has more than 180,000 users in over 40 countries from organizations like the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 70 Fortune 100 companies, and 198 of the Am Law 200.