One of many companies offering ways to automate legal workflow tasks, Kim Technologies is finding footholds in some of the largest legal departments across the globe. Its technology is already being deployed at Vodafone to streamline its contract management, and it’s also being tested in artificial intelligence pilot projects at Cisco.

Bringing automation and AI-powered workflows in-house, however, can be challenging for many legal departments, requiring significant resources, time and patience. But Kim Technologies—most widely known through its association with investor and partner Riverview Law—is hoping to address those pain points with the launch of its Intelligent Legal Operations Platform.

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