eDiscovery and investigation software provider Reveal Data, has announced the launch of its newest data center in Tokyo, Japan.

The company made the announcement during the annual conference for the International Legal Technology Providers Association (ILTA) in Orlando, Florida. Reveal Data boasted of now having 19 data centers across 5 continents.

As announced, the new facility will allow law firms, corporate legal departments, and service providers to host their data where needed and benefit from a scalable and secure infrastructure. The company further states that, the new facility underscores its commitment to making global eDiscovery accessible to all legal organizations with solutions and services that includes the following:

  • Assist with compliance with international data privacy requirements such as Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR).
  • Offer multilingual user interfaces, (including Japanese, simplified Chinese, French, Spanish and more) and the automatic detection of more than 160 languages.
  • Provide knowledgeable consulting and support services worldwide.

“As more businesses expand internationally, law firms, corporate legal departments and service providers need an eDiscovery solution that focuses on the unique requirements of discovery on all continents,” said Wendell Jisa, CEO at Reveal Data.

“This is especially true for medium-sized law firms and corporate legal departments, who have in the past faced overpriced and oversized solutions that cannot adequately meet their needs. With Reveal Data, legal organizations can expand globally with our highly scalable, cloud-based eDiscovery and investigation solution offered at a simple, accessible price.”

Founded in 2008, Reveal Data has experienced significant growth with the most recent acquisition of Mindseye Solutions in June. With Mindseye, the company now creates a comprehensive eDiscovery solution that includes data processing, early case assessment, storage, review and artificial intelligence. Still in June, Reveal Data disclosed that it received a significant investment from Gallant Capital Partners, a Los Angeles based investment firm.