SiËSDE Dispute Resolution Technologies

SIËSDE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TECHNOLOGIES is an ODR Research and Development company, initiated as a subsidiary of an established Family Law ADR (mediation) Firm and working in collaboration with The National Research Council of Canada, the Ontario Centres of Excellence and IBM Canada. SIËSDE works exclusively in Family Law ODR Research and Development, focussing specifically on tech-based dispute resolution solutions for inherent pain points that are inevitably found in other online court, professional and client ODR systems. In this, SIËSDE has developed very specific ODR products that integrate into other ODR Systems to remove barriers, simplifies processes and better moves users through online legal disputes.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryOnline Dispute Resolution
HeadquartersToronto CANADA
Founded2016
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Websitehttps://www.siesde.com
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