Intelligize is a provider of a web-based services platform that enables law firms, accounting firms, corporations and others to more efficiently research, prepare and draft SEC filings, corporate transactions and various agreements within a fast-changing regulatory environment. Through search, filter, compare, analyze and alert capabilities, its suite of applications is designed to help customers cut down on the amount of time and effort it takes to meet reporting requirements and move through the SEC review process.

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Parent CompanyLexisNexis
HQNew York, NY, US
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Intelligize was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in New York, NY, US

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Key People/Management at Intelligize

Todd Hicks

Todd Hicks

Christian Berczely

Christian Berczely

Chief Technology Officer
Phil Brown

Phil Brown

Chief Strategy Officer
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Intelligize Office Locations

Intelligize has an office in New York
New York, NY, US (HQ)
230 Park Ave The Helmsley, Building, 7th FloorNew
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Intelligize Financials and Metrics

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$3.6 m


In total, Intelligize had raised $3.6 m. Intelligize is a subsidiary of LexisNexis

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Intelligize News and Updates

Road to Bitcoin ETFs proves full of SEC obstacles

(Reuters) — The going is getting tough for U.S. companies hoping to win the race to bring a bitcoin exchange-traded fund to market. Bitcoin’s 1,500 percent surge last year has stoked investor demand for any product with exposure to the red-hot asset. A host of companies are jostling to launch exchan…

Intelligize Blogs

SEC Looking Out for Abuses of ‘Spring-Loaded Compensation’

“Spring-loaded compensation awards.” It just sounds cool, right? And if you’re a corporate executive, it is indeed. Spring-loaded awards refer to executive pay sweeteners in which companies provide the recipients with stock options in the buildup to market-moving events. For example, executives migh…

Securities and Exchange Commission Gets Active on Voting Rights

With the most recent census and elections complete, legislatures in the 50 states have been digging into redistricting fights and other contentious voting rights matters. This month, the Securities and Exchange Commission decided to join them. Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, the agency floated…

Five Things Companies Still Don’t Know About the Vaccine Mandate

When the White House announced its rule on COVID-19 vaccines in the workplace earlier this month, it all seemed so clear. Issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and applying to all businesses with 100 or more employees, the rule required employers to do one of two things …

Emboldened Workers Fight Back Over Wages, Job Conditions

As the world digs out from the economic rubble of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies have found a reckoning awaiting them. Inflation, vaccine mandates, supply-chain disruptions – there are some heavy conversations taking place around corporate America. Add labor strife to the mix. The so-called Great …

Department of Justice Talks Tough on Corporate Crime

As a joint project between the law schools of Duke University and the University of Virginia, the Corporate Prosecution Registry aims to maintain a comprehensive collection of information about federal organizational prosecutions in the United States. It could be even more comprehensive if Jon Ashle…

Pressure Mounts for Financial Institutions to Address Climate Change

When we talk about corporate climate-change offenders, the financial sector doesn’t come up very often. Banking doesn’t produce carbon emissions – at least, not more than any other office-based industry. However, that isn’t stopping global environmentalists from pressuring financial institutions to …
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Intelligize Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Intelligize founded?

    Intelligize was founded in 2008.

  • Who are Intelligize key executives?

    Intelligize's key executives are Todd Hicks, Christian Berczely and Phil Brown.

  • How many employees does Intelligize have?

    Intelligize has 81 employees.

  • Who are Intelligize competitors?

    Competitors of Intelligize include Melhor Envio, TalkingData and TrialCard.

  • Where is Intelligize headquarters?

    Intelligize headquarters is located at 230 Park Ave The Helmsley, Building, 7th FloorNew, New York.

  • Where are Intelligize offices?

    Intelligize has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does Intelligize have?

    Intelligize has 1 office.