Salt Lake City, UT – October 3, 2019 - NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms, corporate legal teams and compliance departments, today announced a joint technology integration with Kira Systems and SeeUnity providing a simple way to pass NetDocuments content to Kira’s artificial intelligence engine for deeper content understanding.
AI and machine learning innovations have caught the interest of the legal tech community, yet many are still waiting to see practical implementation and repeatable, real-world results. NetDocuments has pioneered an open, easy to use partner ecosystem that allows customers to choose which best-of-breed technology partners to integrate into their DMS so they can reap the benefits of AI today.
Peter Buck, Vice President of Product Strategy at NetDocuments said, “This breakthrough integration gives joint customers true best-of-breed functionality – the security and simplicity of NetDocuments market-leading cloud DMS, the reasoning power of the Kira AI engine, and the efficiency of SeeUnity’s Echo content synchronization product to integrate both platforms.”
The business impact of this integration is that customers working inside NetDocuments no longer need to manually move documents to Kira for document review and analysis. SeeUnity’s Echo content Integration enables secure and seamless content marking in NetDocuments for modeling by Kira.
SeeUnity customer Gene D’Aversa, Director of Knowledge Management IT Information Technology Department at Husch Blackwell said, “We strive to provide our users with applications and processes that drive productivity and mitigate risk. Utilizing the SeeUnity Echo Content Synchronization connector for NetDocuments and Kira will allow us to take several steps out of the process, increasing our users’ efficiency so they can focus their efforts on our customers’ needs.”
“We are excited to be working with NetDocuments and SeeUnity to bring this new capability to our mutual customers,” said Steve Obenski, Chief Product Officer at Kira Systems. “This integration will enable lawyers and practice managers to more efficiently manage their workflow for contract review and analysis.”
Elevate 2019 attendees can see the combined solution in action, and joint customers can start proofs of concept immediately.