Juro was nominated by the Financial Times Intelligent Business Awards for innovation in contracting, joining Deloitte, Thomson Reuters and the IACCM.
Last week I woke up to an extremely pleasant surprise. Juro was nominated amongst the global top-ten for contracting, alongside decades-old giants like Thomson Reuters and Deloitte.
The FT Intelligent Business panel, comprising individuals from the FT, CLOC, Ashurst, Pinsent Masons, Orrick and RSG picked out our work with Unbabel in particular. Unbabel was one of Juro's first customers, starting with two users and now with more than 40. The FT said:
Unbabel, a Portuguese translation provider with 150 employees and 50,000 mobile linguists, needed to manage the different commercial contracts that underpin its business. It chose Juro for its contract management system, citing its ability to link to its Salesforce customer management tool. Juro says senior managers save 75 per cent of the time they used to spend on contracting, while closing times are 30 per cent faster.
To be recognized alongside established global giants is great recognition of our team’s hard work and vision. I’m grateful to FT Intelligent Business for taking the time to explore the results we achieve for our customers as we strive to make legal more human.
The full FT Intelligent Business report is excellent and well worth a read if you'd like to find out more about the companies and individuals working to change how people experience and interact with legal processes, and not just in contracts.