Sky Discovery has a translation plug in Relativity for users struggling with translation of foreign documents, that provides users of Relativity with seamless access to the unique translation services of Select Translation Service (STS), a patent-pending software solution designed for optimised translation of e-discovery documents. The software plug-in automates and optimises the translation process to ensure that lawyers can handle multi-lingual documents effectively, quickly and cost effectively. The benefits are as follows:
- Reduce translation costs dramatically
- Ensure absolute control and information security while translating
- Perform fast translation of large volumes of documents
- Benefit from accurate translations
Sky Discovery utilises a proprietary platform that unlocks the power of AI-based cognitive computing so that unstructured audio and video data can be processed, transformed, correlated and analysed in a seamless, automated manner to generate actionable intelligence and reveal valuable multivariate insights from vast amounts of media. The key benefits are as follows:
- Makes audio text searchable
- Jump to sentence functionality
- Completely integrated into Relativity with on demand service and no import/export
- High quality output
- Supports multiple languages
- No minimum charges
We had a tight deadline and large volume of electronic documents to review so we reached out to the experts at Sky Discovery to help us. They worked with the legal team at Deutsch Miller set up efficient and effective workflows to cull the data set down to a manageable size, then batched out to our teams to review.
Partner - Deutsch Miller
I have found Sky Discovery to be very effective and efficient with any work we have outsourced to them. They keep me up to date with where they are with the tasks and the end product is always well QA’d and as per instruction. I have been very happy with their service levels, responsiveness and price point.
Document Systems Manager, Corporate Services - Victorian Government Solicitors