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Company Updates

  • Our founder Andrew Sieja is moving into the executive chairman role, with LinkedIn vet Mike Gamson leading the company as our new CEO.

    LinkedIn alum Mike Gamson named CEO at Relativity

    Two big questions in Chicago tech just got answered: What's Mike Gamson, one of the city's most seasoned executives and investors, going to do next? What's ahead for Relativity, one of the city's most closely watched, high-growth companies?

  • It's #PrideMonth with a rainbow of Relativians!

  • Our London sales and customer success teams are growing! So is our new office with its bright and open space in the heart of the City of London. We've got everything we need to be productive and fueled for the day: customer training areas, meeting rooms, a café, and a mother's room. Brilliant, isn't it?

  • Transforming the legal industry with the power of tech sure makes us hungry. In the grand Relativity tradition, our Krakow office hosted their first pancake breakfast. Smacznego!

  • Relativity is rapidly growing and we're hiring in our Krakow office to increase the pace of innovation. Our team recently hosted an open house for software engineers, product managers, and customer support specialists. Join us:

  • We continue innovating on RelativityOne to help our customers tackle their data challenges, so we're honored to be included in KMWorld's 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management list for 2019 - our 8th consecutive year.

    KMWorld 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management 2019

    Today's knowledge management products and services offered by leading companies put a high priority on getting information to users when and where they need it, while also keeping it safe from unauthorized access. Many also include newer capabilities such as AI, machine learning, natural language processing, and digital assistants as well as choices of on-premise or cloud deployment-or a combination of both.

  • "Relativity, one of Chicago's fastest-growing tech companies, isn't slowing down." - Crain's Chicago Business

    Legal-software firm snares Amazon vet, plans to add 300 jobs

    Legal-software maker Relativity is stepping up its tech game. The company hired Keith Carlson, an Amazon Web Services veteran, as chief technology officer. Until now, CEO Andrew Sieja had handled the CTO role for the company since he founded it as kCura in 2001.

  • 2019 will be a big year for Relativity - thanks to our new CTO and 300 talented new employees.

    Relativity Hires First CTO, Announces Plans to Add 300 Workers in 2019

    Relativity, the Chicago tech company making legal software, is planning to hire 300 people this year, most of which will be placed at its local Loop headquarters. New hires will mainly be added to Relativity's customer success, software development and security teams, said Relativity's Director of Talent Selection and Services Matt Garvey.

  • We're continuing to build out our engineering, security, and customer success teams. Will you be joining us next?

    Keep on growing: Relativity to make 300 hires by the end of this year

    E-discovery company Relativity has big plans to make some major hires this year - 300 of them, in fact.

  • It's great to see a Relativity Gives Geek Grant alumni, Erie Neighborhood House, using the funds to support their robotics initiative for middle and high school students.


    January 17, 2019 | Chicago, IL Erie Neighborhood House received a Geek Grant in the amount of $2,500 from Relativity Gives, the community outreach program of Chicago-based software company Relativity. The grant will provide supplies and other support for a robotics initiative for middle and high school students in the Youth Options Unlimited (YOU) program at Erie House.

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