Contact Discovery provides employee surveillance for compliance efforts by harnessing the power of Relativity Trace. Trace is compatible with over 50+ data sources and 900+ file types, including the world’s most prominent email providers, collaboration platforms, chat apps, and video conferencing apps. Combine that with advanced AI and Relativity’s powerful analytics, and you have surveillance that’s thorough, yet targeted.


Pinpoint noncompliance while reducing false positives by up to 92%.


Say goodbye to hosting fees with a 100% cloud-based solution.


Configure Relativity Trace based on your organization’s unique needs.


Create seamless surveillance with the apps you’re already using.


Intuitive graphs help you understand the results of surveillance.


Escalate infractions without leaving your Relativity environment.

Why Relativity Trace Is Better With Contact

In order to get the most out of Relativity Trace, you have to make strategic choices about what to look for. You also need to know what to do with infractions as they happen. When running optimally, Trace flags nearly all potentially non-compliant communications with few false positives.

Those optimal configurations will vary based on numerous factors including your industry, internal policies, the size of your organization and legal department, the technology your company is already using, and more. If deciding on an “optimal configuration” sounds overwhelming, don’t worry. You’re not alone.

Contact Discovery Can Help You:

  • Identify which types of non-compliance pose the greatest threat to your organization
  • Select the most relevant keywords for identifying these forms of non-compliance
  • Standardize procedures for handling non-compliance
  • Provide end-to-end eDiscovery support in the event of litigation and internal investigations

Forms of Noncompliance Relativity Trace Can Look For:

  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Code of Conduct Breaches
  • Corrupt Practices
  • Illegal disclosure of PII
  • HIPPA, FERPA, FCPA, or PCI violations

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