Legal AI Company ThoughtRiver Shortlisted for Two Financial Times Business Awards
Shortlisting Comes After Tremendous Momentum for the Company, with Key New Hires and Integrations with Tableau and Microsoft Office
ThoughtRiver, the market leader in intelligent legal pre-screening, has been shortlisted for two awards in the 2019 FT/RSG Intelligent Business Forum and Awards.
The FT/RSG Intelligent Business Forum and Awards bring together C-suite representatives from companies who are leading in their digital transformations and the new legal businesses, including technology companies and professional services firms, who are helping them get there faster. The one-day forum will highlight what major companies want, how their needs for integrated business solutions are rapidly evolving, and the solution-providers who are making the most impact.
These nominations continue a period of momentum for ThoughtRiver, including significant growth in top-line revenues, several major product releases in the last quarter, and headcount across the business, which also saw key new hires including the appointment of Richard Cobb as vice-president of Sales amid business growth across the UK, US and APAC markets.
In September ThoughtRiver announced an integration with data visualisation system Tableau to boost contract risk analysis for its clients, as well as the launch of its Microsoft Word plug-in, which gives legal professionals the ability to automatically review and remediate contracts directly within Microsoft Word.
Tim Pullan, CEO of ThoughtRiver, said of the category shortlistings: “The FT/RSG Intelligent Business Awards shortlistings come at a pivotal time of momentum for ThoughtRiver, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all parties for nominating us as a shortlisted organisation amongst an impressive selection of technology suppliers and major advisory firms. It’s also an honour to be included in the FT Intelligent Business report, which covers some of the top collaboration-driven solutions in technology and business that are transforming operational efficiency today.”