Seal Software today announced a partnership with Elevate Services, Inc., a next generation legal service provider. Leveraging Seal’s Contract Discovery and Analytics solution as part of its legal service offerings enables Elevate to deliver a more robust and efficient contract review and management process, in turn delivering more streamlined results for its clients.
Elevate provides a wide range of services to its clients, including consulting, legal support services and technology. Within its extensive document review offering, the company uses a variety of review methods to serve its clients as efficiently as possible. To better manage the varying nature of contract review projects, Elevate partnered with Seal Software to automate the discovery, extraction, and analysis of relevant unstructured contracts, resulting in a quicker, comprehensive, and more accurate review process, and delivering results that could not be achieved using traditional manual methods.
“Elevate has many clients with a wide range of use cases including contract management, migration, contract standardization and clause library creation,” said Kevin Colangelo, vice president, Client Relations and Strategic Communications at Elevate. “Seal Software provides a comprehensive system for contract discovery and analytics that enables us to deliver a more robust and cost-effective service to our clients.”
Seal Co-Founder and CEO Ulf Zetterberg said, “Elevate is a key player in the contract services market, and this strategic partnership will allow the company’s contract review team to manage a larger scale of contract document review more efficiently. By utilizing Seal’s Contract Discovery and Analytics platform, the company will be able to offer better visibility into its clients’ corporate transactions.”
To learn more about Seal Software solutions visit the website, download the latest e-book, “The Business Case for Seal Software,” or read the IDC Technology Spotlight “Contract Discovery and Analytics: Driving Value from Within Your Contracts,” which examines the intricate issue of managing the hidden data within business contracts in a time of ever-changing government regulations and compliance, disparate systems, and an exploding number of contracts across all aspects of business.