Surukam Analytics

We are and India-based legal tech startup. We design optimize and manage legal operations. Currently, we have developed an artificial-Intelligence based “Automated contract analyzing” Tool: CruxiQ; This Tool completely automates abstraction of key contract details and allows you to filter contracts and compare according to their clauses. Not only that, this self-service analytics solution with cognitive intelligence gives you insights you never knew possible.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersChennai, India
Founded2015
Tags ai, contract, abstraction, redlining, drafting, analytics
Websitewww.surukam.com
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