Mission: Organize data. Discover the truth. Act on it.
Thanks to the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce for spotlighting the work we're doing in Chicago and beyond, growing our community via legal technology: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxnJ [PDF]
"Relativity founder and CEO Andrew Sieja doesn’t know what the next era of e-discovery will entail, but he knows it will involve the community seated before him at Relativity Fest."
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 worked at Relativity full-time (More than 5 years)
If you want to be where the growth is, this is the place to be. Rapid growth, plenty of opportunities if you're a go-getter. In the middle of transformation from on prem software to SaaS, very fascinating time to be part of. Amazing HR support for Learning & Development, and the company puts focus on strengthening Diversity and Inclusion. I'm a working mom who had 2 kids during my tenure there, and was still able to grow my career at an amazing pace. This is a solid proof of how supportive this company is of its employees. Leadership is coached closely to pay close attention to employees career growth and motivation, which is a refreshing departure from the usual solely result driven management style you see elsewhere.
Relativity is an ambitious company but can definitely do more ruthless prioritization. Focusing on too many things could cause confusion and misalignment at times. Moving fast could also mean that some opinions / inputs get ignored for the sake of making decisions faster.
Advice to Management
Ruthless prioritization, and be open to different inputs / management style (the "inclusion" part of Diversity and Inclusion).
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Relativity (Chicago, IL) in November 2014.
It was well structured and well designed. It starts with a preliminary phone screening and based on that performance I was flown into the company office in chicago. There I had 3 rounds of interview with multiple interviewees.