ReadySuite 7.5.0 is released and now available to download. We recommend all customers using previous versions update to this release to benefit from new major features, eDiscovery scripts, performance improvements, and increased stability.

For our existing customers, with an active subscription to ReadySuite, you can upgrade to ReadySuite 7.5.0 for free as part of your subscription.

We have made several enhancements and features as outlined below. To see a full list of changes in ReadySuite v7.5.0, view the entire release notes here.

Let’s dive into the highlights of this release:

Unified Volume Import
We are introducing an improved way to import and check document volumes – with a single, unified volume import wizard. To import a typical eDiscovery volume prior to this release, you’d need to import/create records with a load file, such as an Opticon file, and then overlay a metadata file as a second step, such as a Concordance DAT file. As a third step, you might run the script “Volume Check” to validate the contents and files of the volume.

We’ve reduced all these separate steps – with the single Volume Import wizard. Of course, you can still use the à la carte approach. See the new volume import in action below:

You’ll also note the automated report after importing a volume – ReadySuite will now report on discrepancies in document volumes. For example, any empty metadata fields or missing and orphaned files will be shown to the user. You can still use the ‘Volume Check’ script to check a volume after import or by creating your own volume check logic.

Relativity OAuth2 (2FA)
We now support OAuth2 authentication with the Relativity platform integration. Relativity administrators can add an OAuth2 client specific for ReadySuite – this will allow ReadySuite to authenticate against Relativity in a more secure manner, such as with two-factor authentication.

Script Pack Descriptions
When creating a script pack, you can now specify option descriptions for each script added in the script pack. This will make it easier to identify the purpose of a script existing in a script pack – such as when you have multiple instances of the ‘Create Fields’ script in a script pack.

Reset Width
If you’ve ever expanded the column size too far in the ReadySuite document grid, we have a new option to get you back to the original size. Introducing ‘Reset Width’ on the grid column right-click context menu.