Not for All Eyes — A Look at XDD’s New Excel Redaction Tool

Based in kCura’s Relativity ecosystem, BlackBar is a native redaction tool that fits into existing e-discovery workflows.

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Based in kCura’s Relativity ecosystem, BlackBar is a native redaction tool that fits into existing e-discovery workflows.

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  • Bharat Chovatiya

    “We are unaware of any comparable product available to attorney review teams today that can defensibly redact native Excel files..." Apparently, they have not googled "native excel redaction" because the first page of the result will list Exolution which can do much more than BlackBar including worksheet level de-duplication, and creating more than 10K redactions for thousands of files in less than 10 seconds.

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