Klarity

Klarity uses Artificial Intelligence to review sales contracts under your company legal policy. Klarity pulls contracts from your emails and databases and returns them reviewed in a Word format with annotations and redlines along with a summary. Your company experiences accelerated sales and higher compliance without having to think of contract review anymore. Klarity was founded by Andrew Antos, a Harvard lawyer with experience from BigLaw, and Nischal Nadhamuni, a MIT Computer Science graduate with background in Artificial Intelligence. You can read Klarity's full story here and here.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersCambridge, MA
Founded2017
Tags artificial intelligence, ai, contract analytics, natural language processing, nlp, contract review, contract abstraction
Websitehttp://klaritylaw.com
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