AI Start-Up LexCheck Raises $3 Million Series Seed Investment Led by Kli Capital
LexCheck, an artificial intelligence (AI) and legal technology platform based in New York City, has completed a $3 million Series Seed round of financing. Bootstrapped since its founding in 2015, this is LexCheck’s first venture round. The round was led by Kli Capital (formerly known as BNSG Capital) and included Howard Morgan (retired co-founder of First Round Capital) and Vivek Garipalli (co-founder and CEO of Clover Health), among other distinguished investors.
“Despite the instability of the current economic climate, LexCheck continues to grow and solidify itself as a force in the legal technology sector and the enterprise software space generally,” said Shmuel Gniwisch, co-founder of Kli Capital. “Kli Capital believes that LexCheck’s growth will accelerate rapidly due to the changing needs of large enterprises attempting to overcome the obstacles presented by this global health crisis.”
Led by serial entrepreneur Gurinder “Gary” Sangha (founder and CEO), who also participated in the round, LexCheck applies AI technology to help their customers, including leading Fortune 500 companies, accelerate and automate contract negotiations. This investment will enable LexCheck to further capitalize on its position as a leader in technology-assisted contract review in the United States and internationally by serving the growing needs of prominent legal departments for well-executed innovation.
Key benefits of the LexCheck platform include:
- Speeding up sales cycles
- Fewer drafting errors and oversights
- Reduced negotiation time and costs
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“Successfully challenging the status quo and creating legal technologies that transform organizations have been the driving principles over the course of my career and remain our core tenets at LexCheck,” said Gary Sangha. “With the help of our investors, we can accelerate our work and transform this sector even more swiftly and comprehensively.”