Founded by a lawyer turned entrepreneur, ContractPodAI aims to digitize the legal industry and empower in-house counsel to better manage contracts and legal processes. The company offers a variety of tools and solutions, including a no-code legal platform, contract management tools, guided forms, and analytics. The company’s platform also integrates with Microsoft Azure and IBM Watson. ContractPodAI offers a customizable, cloud-based legal platform and support that helps organizations tackle requests for proposals, intellectual property portfolio management, claims, and more. ContractPodAI has offices in London, New York, Glasgow, and Toronto. The company is also in the process of expanding its international presence.
ContractPodAI has received several awards, including the AI Breakthrough Award, the Edison Award, and the 2021 International Business Awards. The company is also known for completing global enterprise-wide rollouts for Fortune 500 clients.
Digital transformation delivery model
Earlier this year, ContractPodAi, the leader in AI-powered contract lifecycle management, announced a USD $115 million Series C investment led by Vision Fund 2. The investment will help the company expand its reach across the Asia Pacific region, as well as accelerate the platform’s capabilities. It will also enable ContractPodAi to strengthen its position as the go-to provider of legal technology in the enterprise.
The company was also recently crowned as Legal Company of the Year at the 2021 International Business Awards. Its CLM platform is built on top of SoftwareONE, the leading global provider of end-to-end software solutions. The platform’s unique design allows both the legal and sales departments to operate in their preferred environment. It also comes with a variety of features, including a smart repository, legal engineering, guided workflows, and AI analytics. The company recently completed a series of global enterprise-wide rollouts for Fortune 500 companies.
Platformization strategy could see use cases for its technology
Using the power of artificial intelligence, ContractPodAI is transforming corporate legal teams into tech-enabled value centers. ContractPodAI is an AI-powered contract lifecycle management solution provider. It serves multinational corporations across multiple industries. It has received several awards and recognition for its groundbreaking technology. It recently launched its contract management application on Salesforce’s platform.
ContractPodAI is headquartered in London with offices in New York, Glasgow, and Mumbai. Its product is a no-code interface that helps legal teams automate their contract management process. The platform also offers templates, analytics, and guided forms. It recently received the AI Breakthrough Award and was crowned Legal Company of the Year in the 2021 International Business Awards. ContractPodAI has also received the Edison Award, which is the highest award given by Gartner to technology companies.
Expansion into new markets
Earlier this year, ContractPodAI raised $115 million in a Series C investment led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2. The funds will be used to expand into new markets and accelerate the development of the platform. This investment was the first of its kind in the legal technology sector.
Founded by Sarvarth Misra, ContractPodAI is a contract lifecycle management (CLM) solution provider. The company uses artificial intelligence (AI) to streamline the legal process and provide an intuitive interface. Using the power of IBM Watson, ContractPodAI provides an all-in-one platform for legal departments to easily manage contracts, claims, request for proposals, and intellectual property portfolio management.
This solution has been implemented for several Fortune 500 companies. It is also recognized as a leader in the contract lifecycle management category by the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Contract Lifecycle Management. ContractPodAI’s growth has been impressive, as the company has had record-setting sales quarters this year. They have also had several global enterprise-wide rollouts for Fortune 500 companies