Anexsys, a leading independent legal technology and consultancy organisation, announced that they have again achieved kCura’s Relativity "Best in Service" designation, which recognises Relativity Authorised Partners who provide an exceptional Relativity experience for end users.

Anexsys, with sites in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester, is a leading legal technology and consultancy business supporting law firms, government departments and corporations throughout the UK and Europe.

“We’re thrilled to continue working with Anexsys as a Relativity Best in Service partner,” Steve Couling, vice president of international at kCura said. “Achieving this distinction is no easy feat; re-certifying shows dedication and a continuity of excellent service.”

Through a voluntary audit, Relativity Best in Service partners demonstrate their expertise and experience hosting projects in Relativity. kCura evaluates these partners’ individual data centres in three areas: technical infrastructure, customer service and product expertise. Additionally, Best in Service partners meet a set of requirements for duration as a hosting partner, size of Relativity installations and core Relativity certifications.

“As one of only seven Best in Service data centres based in Europe, I’m delighted that we have retained the Best in Service designation for the second year running,” adds Jon Chan, technical director of Anexsys. “We are committed to offering our customers an exceptional Relativity experience, enhanced by our dedicated in-house software development team. I look forward to announcing additional innovations built on top of Relativity over the next six months.”

Anexsys provides a full range of litigation support services, including digital forensics, forensic collection by professionals with expert witness experience, data processing, document hosting, managed document review and hard copy services. Anexsys also builds innovative software to extend, enhance and magnify the capabilities of Relativity, with applications listed on the Relativity Ecosystem.