October 7, 2013 | Resources
Keyword searches are the easiest way to find contract provisions. But how well do they work on unfamiliar agreements? In the previous post in the Contract Review Software Buyer’s Guide, I covered manual-rule based contract provision extraction.
September 23, 2013 | Resources
This Gordon Gecko-esque cell phone is a good metaphor for manual rule-based contract metadata extraction systems: Keyword search systems may be sophisticated compared to the status quo of non-technology-aided humans reviewing contracts from scratch.
September 17, 2013 | Resources
People who review contracts generally need to do this work accurately. In fact, one of the principal problems with the current non-tech enhanced way contracts get reviewed (at law firms and elsewhere) is that people make mistakes in this work.
September 9, 2013 | Resources
More and more companies are offering contract review software systems. This post gives more details what these systems do and why there are more of them.
August 30, 2013 | Resources
The contract review software space is getting more crowded—I came across two new competitors in two days earlier this week. Two!