Reveal inks new partnership with Ashurst for major Asia-Pacific expansion
Category: #business  By Pranali Mehta  Date: 2022-12-16
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Reveal inks new partnership with Ashurst for major Asia-Pacific expansion

Well-known advanced data analytics frontrunner, Reveal-Brainspace has reportedly announced that Ashurst, a leading global law firm, has selected its prominent AI-powered eDiscovery platform for delivering new services integrated with AI capabilities for investigations support. For the record, Ashurst emerged as the early adopter of the full suite of tools from Reveal in Australia.

This AI platform from Reveal converts complex data into intuitive, simple-to-understand graphics for enabling relationships and patterns to be quickly understood and visualized. It also makes cutting-edge AI capabilities, including sentiment analysis, easily available for offering in-depth and fast insights into complex document sets.

Reveal’s prominent AI, investigative review, as well as automated data analytics functionality, will assist Ashurst in optimizing its client services by helping in gaining rapid insights for their most complex and critical investigative and legal matters. It will also provide lawyers with the main areas of focus in a split second of a traditional review.

According to the founder & CEO of Reveal-Brainspace, Wendell Jisa, the team is thrilled to collaborate on the ground with the multifaceted Australian legal as well as NewLaw practitioners at Ashurst for supporting various workflows. Wendell also mentioned that it would help them target novel market opportunities by solving the rising complex problems through custom solutions to cater to their client's unique needs.

Meanwhile, partner and Co-head of Ashurst Advance, Ashurst's global NewLaw division, Hilary Goodier, stated the partnership with Reveal would deliver their clients access to highly innovative tech support tools within the legal industry. Hilary further claimed that the technology would be seamlessly adopted into their already extensive NewLaw offering for assisting in solving the most complex business and legal challenges of their clients. 

The partnership with Ashurst will be a significant moment for the ongoing expansion of Reveal into new global markets, mainly APAC. Reveal, most recently, also launched a new office in Sydney in a bid for further expansion this year and beyond. Apparently, the company has a booming presence in Korea, Singapore, Japan and India.

Source Credits: Reveal Announces New Collaboration with Ashurst as Part of Major Asia-Pacific Expansion (yahoo.com)

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