eBrevia automates the contract review process by using machine learning technology. Our products, which leverage artificial intelligence research from Columbia University, are used by law firms and corporate legal departments to more efficiently, accurately, and cost effectively extract and summarize key provisions from legal documents. Applications include due diligence, contract management, lease abstraction, and document drafting. eBrevia was selected as one of four national winners in the Startup America DEMO Competition and designated by CIO.com as having one of the top ten enterprise products at DEMO Fall 2012. The company also received the Most Promising Software Product of the Year award from the Connecticut Technology Council.
Stamford, US
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16 (est)
eBrevia was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Stamford, US
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eBrevia Office Locations

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eBrevia Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$1.9 m

Latest funding size

$1.51 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago


eBrevia's latest funding round in November 2014 was reported to be $1.5 m. In total, eBrevia has raised $1.9 m
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eBrevia News and Updates

Competing for the in-house legal coin: ABBYY launches text analytics for contracts

The corporate world gained another machine learning-backed contract analytics provider last week as OCR and text scanning software company ABBYY launched ABBYY Text Analytics for Contracts, a managed service to discover insights from contracts and leases.

Managed services + integrated tech: What Thomson Reuters commercial contracts collaboration with eBrevia means

At the start of March Thomson Reuters announced that it has teamed up with leading machine-learning contract analytics platform eBrevia to help commercial enterprises tackle large and complex contract remediation projects, as complex global events such as GDPR and Brexit come to the fore. We caught …

Baker McKenzie selects eBrevia for contract review after three-way competitive pitch

In a major legal win for eBrevia, leading global law firm Baker McKenzie has selected the artificial intelligence-backed contract analysis tool to be used on M&A and other transactional work for its global clients after a competitive pitch including both Luminance and Kira Systems.
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