Seal Software wins Outstanding Data Analytics Solution Award at Computing’s 2018 Big Data Excellence Award Ceremony

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18 May 2018


Seal SoftwareSeal Software, the leading provider of Contract Discovery and Analytics solutions is pleased to announce it received the award for Outstanding Data Analytics Solution at Computing’s annual Big Data Excellence award ceremony on Thursday night at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

The Big Data Excellence Awards, chaired by Tom Allen, Special Projects Editor, Computing,  celebrate the top performers working at the forefront of data, analytics, the Internet of Things and Big Data. With 18 categories ranging from Data Scientist of the Year to Most Innovative Use of Big Data there were over 100 companies and individuals on the shortlists.

Seal’s contract discovery and analytics software is used by Global 2000 companies to gain actionable insight into their contracts. Using advanced techniques in artificial intelligence and machine learning, the Seal platform serves as an inflection point for transformative changes across all buy-side and sell-side contract processes. 

“Since co-foundng Seal 8 years ago, I have been dedicated to data analytics and our data scientists and machine learning specialists have been in the vanguard of applying AI to legal operations and contract analysis” said Kevin Gidney, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Seal Software. “This award is appreciation for their dedication, perseverance and trail-blazing nature”.

The award was received by Tobias Hannon, VP Europe, Middle East & Africa, Seal Software. “Our European operation has gone from strength to strength” he said “and I am delighted that the judges have recognized the advanced nature of the technology now being deployed in major European enterprises”.



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