We couldn’t get through Legalweek without one more important announcement! Congrats to eDiscovery Today Educational Partner Cobra Legal Solutions and Reveal for their announcement today that Cobra partners with Reveal! Part of the press release is below, the full press release is here.
Cobra Goes “All In On AI” by Adding Deeper Artificial Intelligence Tools
AUSTIN, TX – March 11, 2022 – Cobra Legal Solutions, a leading legal operations outsourcing provider (LOOP), announced today that the company has established a partnership with Reveal-Brainspace, a leading provider of AI-powered eDiscovery software. Cobra Legal clients will now be able to leverage Reveal’s entire end-to-end, cloud-based AI platform, which includes powerful full spectrum EDRM phase tools backed by smart AI, all packaged with superior visual analytics.
“We’ve seen increased need from our clients for battle tested AI tools to help with the growing tide of investigations, data breach reviews, and due diligence,” said Cobra CRO, Doug Kaminski. “Reveal’s platform will help them get the answers they need, quickly and accurately, to produce better outcomes.”
Cobra’s approach to the modern challenges of data driven decision-making to reduce both the cost and risk of compliance, investigations, and litigation makes this partnership a natural fit. Reveal’s out-of-the-box, pre-trained AI models combined with Cobra’s Value Sourcing methodology and experienced team of attorney project managers make it easier for clients to harness the power of AI throughout any legal task.
Both Cobra and Reveal have been very active on the announcement front lately, so it’s no surprise that to see an announcement that Cobra partners with Reveal as well!
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