Yesterday, the Financial Times recognized Ironclad in its Intelligent Business Report for our work with L’Oréal and Fitbit. The report explores how legal has innovated through technology to deliver business impact and honors exemplary companies and individuals who have made a “tangible improvement to their businesses through better contract management.”
The Financial Times recognized Ironclad in three areas:
- Ironclad CEO Jason Boehmig was recognized as a “top 10 legal business technologist” for his innovative approach to lawyering at Fenwick & West and his founding of Ironclad. Read more here.
- L’Oréal, the global leader in cosmetics, uses Ironclad to automate thousands of workflows, including thousands of Influencer Agreements which directly contribute to the company’s bottom line. Read more here.
- Fitbit, the world’s third-largest wearable technology company, uses Ironclad to design and deploy a workflow that enables them to perform mass-scale market research for the first time in company history, unlocking mission-critical insights for the entire organization. Notably, the whole workflow building process, from conception to deployment, took less than two hours. Ironclad also enables Fitbit to drastically reduce outside counsel spend. Read more here.
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