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ContractPodAi Partners with Pinsent Masons

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Pinsent Masons further strengthens its services and technology offerings for clients

ContractPodAi®, the award-winning provider of AI-powered contract lifecycle management solutions, today announced that it is partnering with Pinsent Masons, a leading multinational law firm, to introduce Pinsent Masons’ clients to its advanced technology solution. The solution allows corporate legal teams to work smarter, faster – and with far greater impact – during the contracting process.

Pinsent Masons is partnering with ContractPodAi to bring its clients a robust and graphically intuitive contract management system that streamlines document automation processes. Now, Pinsent Masons will be able to provide even more strategic value to its client base.

ContractPodAi is one of the world’s most robust contract lifecycle management (CLM) solutions giving corporate legal counsels a platform that provides end-to-end contract management. This includes a smart contract repository as the system of record, contract automation, document e-signatures, seamless workflows, third party contract review, negotiating and collaboration tools, and AI-based analytics.

“As part of our firm’s strategy, we deploy technologies and solutions which work for our clients and address their team’s challenges,” said Mike McGlinchey, Head of Client Consulting, Pinsent Masons. “With ContractPodAi, we can deliver greater value to our clients by helping them to focus on strategic initiatives by implementing a CLM solution that replaces mundane tasks.”

“We are pleased to partner with Pinsent Masons, an award-winning multinational law firm with a modern approach,” said Sarvarth Misra, co-founder and CEO, ContractPodAi. “Together, we look forward to adding value for their clients around the world by introducing them to true end-to-end contract management functionality.”

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