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Extract industry-specific provisions with eBrevia Bespoke our custom contract analytics solution. Leverage your expertise to train the software or utilize eBrevia's legal experts to train it for you. Apply our machine learning technology to bring your contract review to the next level.

Contract analytics tailored to meet your needs.

eBrevia’s ready-made solutions are expertly designed to extract a wide variety of the most common industry-specific terms, but sometimes you need to analyze information unique to your company or individual project.

eBrevia Bespoke tailors our software to extract custom terms, crafting a precise fit to your specific projects. Our Bespoke solution offers two options:

  1. Leverage our expertise: our subject matter experts train our proprietary machine learning software to identify your custom terms.
  2. Collaborate with us: we open our proprietary software training system to you, allowing you to apply your industry expertise to extract language relevant to your custom terms.

With either option, our machine learning experts guide the training process to ensure the same rigorous accuracy standards as found in our ready-made products.

Custom terms enhance your review.

You analyze contracts using the eBrevia Bespoke custom terms – separate from, or integrated with, our Diligence Accelerator, Lease Abstractor, Contract Analyzer, or other vertical solutions. eBrevia Bespoke offers the same elegant interface, intuitive mechanics, and rapid analysis as found in our ready-made solutions.

Commercializing Columbia University technology.

eBrevia Bespoke is based on cutting-edge natural language processing technology which eBrevia is commercializing from Columbia University. The software is robust because it doesn’t rely on keywords or pre-canned search criteria to find key provisions within leases. Instead, it uses an artificial intelligence technique called “machine learning” to learn what provisions and concepts look like from large numbers of examples. It then recognizes the concepts regardless of the vocabulary used to express them. This is important because the software is able to extract relevant concepts even as they wind their way through multiple places in a lease, capturing scattered defined terms and other pertinent information. The software extracts the most relevant information for a given provision with an unparalleled granular focus that increases efficiency by leaving extraneous text behind. The software also always allows reviewers to easily link back to relevant portions of the source document for further background information as desired. Extracted text is highlighted within the context of the source document.

Always secure.

Maintaining the security of clients’ legal documents is a central design goal of the eBrevia system. All documents are protected in transit between clients and eBrevia’s servers using industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 256 bit end-to-end encryption. To protect documents while stored in the cloud, eBrevia uses only top-tier service providers that have passed annual SOC 1/SSAE 16/ISAE 3402 audits. These providers maintain data centers with extensive physical access controls, including professional security, intrusion detection, video surveillance, and two-factor authentication for all personnel. Finally, these providers also provide redundancy against natural disasters or system failure by backing up and replicating customer data in physically distant data centers. eBrevia can also offer the option for clients to host the eBrevia system in their own data centers. This means the documents never even traverse the firewall, and are always under complete control of the firm’s or company’s IT department.

Getting smarter everyday.

One of the most exciting aspects of the software is its ability to continue to learn as professionals work with it. This allows the software to tailor itself specifically to the needs of individual reviewers, departments, or whole organizations. At the same time, eBrevia’s team is constantly enhancing and broadening the types of information and provisions the software can extract and summarize. Because the software is offered as a service through the company’s web interface, customers are always able to take advantage of the latest enhancements without having to install a new version on site.