August 30, 2016, Toronto, ON – Kira Systems, the machine learning contract analysis software provider, today announced Kira Quick Study 2.0, a major upgrade to its proprietary technology that identifies clauses and other metadata from contracts and related documents. The upgrade makes Kira even faster at learning to identify new clauses, names, dates and other values. Kira employs a wide array of advanced machine learning techniques in order to achieve high accuracy, often with only a few dozen examples. By contrast, other machine learning software typically requires many more examples to achieve comparable accuracy.
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Intralinks accelerates M&A due diligence and contract review with Kira Diligence Engine relationship
New York, NY — Intralinks® Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: IL), a leading, global SaaS provider of secure enterprise content collaboration solutions, today announces a partnership with Kira Inc. Kira Diligence Engine is the leading software for faster and more accurate contract review and analysis. By leveraging the two platforms, the M&A due diligence process is dramatically streamlined through the partial automation of document review and abstraction. As a result, dealmaking is easier and more productive.
TORONTO, Mar. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- DiligenceEngine, the provider of contract review and analysis software, has changed its name to Kira and announced its expansion beyond due diligence applications. The company will be imminently launching two new solutions: Kira Real Estate, which helps quickly produce lease summaries, and Kira Contract Analysis, which helps summarize and analyze contract provisions for a variety of purposes such as contract management system implementation.
Toronto, Canada – February 4, 2015
DiligenceEngine, the provider of software that makes contract review and analysis faster and more accurate, today announced the addition of Jeroen Plink to its leadership team. Plink, the former CEO of Practical Law Company’s US operations, will join DiligenceEngine as an advisor and board member, helping guide the company’s expansion amidst rising demand for its platform. Plink led PLC’s US business from its launch in 2008 through to its sale to Thomson Reuters in 2013, at which time it had over 200 employees and nearly 1000 customers.