Improved features in the latest release of Rampiva are propelled by eDiscovery Workflow Wizard and Data Upload
Rampiva, a legal solution provider, made a global announcement this week for the launch of Rampiva Automate 5.0 and its Premium License Edition. The major software update was deployed to clients in mid-January.
“Coming out of 2020, data is everywhere, which means forensically sound data processing has to be available everywhere, and to everyone,” believes Daniel Boteanu, founder and CEO at Rampiva. “We developed Rampiva 5.0 with this goal in mind — make it easy to send data to processing, make it easy to design the job, and make it easy to get the results. We’ve achieved that.”
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Rampiva 5.0 is available for download for clients and is designed to be used in tandem with Nuix’s data processing Engine. New features include a direct-to-Rampiva data uploader, a wizard for designing new Workflows, and an option to license through the Rampiva Licensing Server.
This advance in Nuix automation and administrations enables a seamless partnership between clients and their eDiscovery service providers.
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“Rampiva 5.0 resolves a major headache for eDiscovery & Forensic departments – getting data to the lab for processing,” said Ryan Best, Vice President of Client Success at Rampiva. “Clients, remote teams, and analysts at the scene can submit forensic images, network folders, and loose files for automatic processing, reporting, and production to review.”
Rampiva 5.0 does not require additional hardware or Nuix software to operate but may require additional licensing from Rampiva. By making powerful data processing tools accessible to front-line teams, Rampiva 5.0 unlocks new and exciting use cases for Nuix Workstation.
Bill Potter, Vice President of Sales at Rampiva stated that “Clients are leveraging this tech to deliver a self-service eDiscovery model, support DSARs in a cost-effective manner, and empower field investigators to quickly analyze digital evidence.”