Mission: Organize data. Discover the truth. Act on it.
The importance of protecting organizations' most sensitive data is paramount to why we chose Microsoft Azure as the foundation of RelativityOne.
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The truth is important.
But there’s a lot of data out there—data volumes are rising and new information sources appear every day—and it can be nearly impossible to find the truth buried in it. And when it comes to legal challenges like litigation or corporate compliance, the truth can be life-changing. It’s the difference between millions of dollars, the right or wrong verdict, or justice taking years instead of months.
That's why we built Relativity.
By bringing all of this data together in a single solution that leverages advanced technology like machine learning and visualizations, we help more than 13,000 organizations around the globe understand their data and tell their story. Our customers can customize the software and access it however they need—in the cloud, on-premises, or both—to meet any unique challenge. The work’s not easy, and the challenges are always growing, but we’re an agile, passionate group focused on solving a big problem with great technology—making the truth that much more attainable.
I have been working at Relativity full-time
- Great culture and work environment
- Continue to challenge you to work better
- Encourage personal development
- Detailed training that helps you understand the company, product, and role.
- Everyone is very nice and are always willing to help when needed
I have been working here less than 6 months
Nothing I can see at this time!
I applied through other source. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Relativity (Chicago, IL).
Initially the process went fast. I had the following interviews
1) Interview with HR on phone. 30 minutes. Easy
2) Interview with Hiring Manager on phone. 45 minutes easy
3) Onsite interview. Interviews are done in pair
3a) Interviews # 1. Past experience. Lots of questions about "What do you think John (John being your manager for that position) would say about your work. What do you think you did something that you were proud of. What do you think you failed in doing that job. They would go one by one with this kind of questioning for each job you have had before.
2) Interview # 2: About project management. Nothing difficult
3) Interview # 3: Was supposed to be with two people but only one showed up. All the question about the principals of Relativity.
Overall experience I am giving negative because
1) Even after several months I have not received any email about what was their decision. At this point I am assuming I did not get the job. I don't know but HR should have a simple decency of sending a quick email. Seems like they don't live by their own values of "Be an excellent communicator"
2) Even though the company claims that they work in agile fashion, I highly doubt they do based on my conversation with them. Just getting together every two weeks and deciding what you need to do in next two week is not agile
3) Their senior manager did not know the difference between a program and project. He kept on asking me the same question and no matter how I answered the question I just could not give him the answer he was looking for. Clearly he did not know
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