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Spend Matters Names Seal Software as a Top 5 Specialist Vendor “You Must Talk to in 2013”

Jason Busch, Spend Matters Founder and Executive Editor, identifies Seal as a "new intersection of activity that should capture the attention of procurement, legal, and finance"

London, UK - 31st January 2013 - Seal Software Group, a provider of solutions to discover, capture, extract and manage contracts, has been named one of five specialist vendors by Spend Matters Executive Editor, Jason Busch, whom he recommends talking to in 2013.

Spend Matters, the procurement and supply chain market's leading news, research, and opinion publishing firm, created the shortlist to give procurement and finance organizations recommendations on innovative companies from whom "they may learn something new and truly get inspired about what's possible".

Seal Contract Discovery and Analytics is the world's first fully automated Contract Discovery, clause extraction, migration and analysis solution that can assist organizations in finding their contracts, creating a comprehensive contract abstract, providing reporting and analytics, and the ability to migrate contractual metadata and documents to other enterprise software platforms. Procurement, finance, legal, operational and other professionals are all benefitting from the speed and ease that Seal undertakes these typically slow and costly exercises. Seal also provides a repeatable platform, with high levels of accuracy unattainable with expensive, manual resource.

As Jason Busch states, "Seal will get your head spinning with use cases of those who spend some time getting to know their document/contract discovery and analytics approach."

Ulf Zetterberg, Founder and CEO, Seal Software Group said, "We're delighted that Spend Matters have recognized Seal's unique Contract Discovery solution in this way. Being called out as one of the top five vendors that procurement and finance organizations should talk to in 2013 is a great endorsement of the investment we've made in creating Seal Contract Discovery and Analytics."

The original article overview from Jason Busch can be accessed on SpendMatters.com

Spend Matters Pro members* can view the full article here.

Further information on Seal Contract Discovery and Analytics can be found at: www.seal-software.com/solutions

About Seal Software Group
Seal Software Group has created a new market segment, Contract Discovery and Analytics, with its unique Seal cDiscovery solution.

Seal cDiscovery addresses compelling pain points within all enterprises: how to find contracts, extract clauses, render them for easy review, and populate corporate repositories - CRM, CLM, ERP, SRM - with contract data.

Seal cDiscovery is installed in minutes and, without expensive configuration, automatically discovers existing contractual documents from a wide range of document and image file types. It also automatically extracts key clause metadata and provides an easy format for further review, as well as a platform for on-going management of contracts, with a fully searchable repository and obligation management tools. Critically, it allows easy migration of contracts and metadata to the full range of enterprise platforms.

Seal has the vision to make Seal cDiscovery the cVault for every enterprise - a central repository representing the 'single source of the truth' for contracts, used to process in-bound contracts, audit the enterprise for rogue contracts, and provide a single search, reporting and migration tool for regulatory, transactional and strategic purposes, accessed by every major enterprise process for which contracts are important.

Seal helps organizations in verticals such as legal services, financial services, oil and gas, high-tech, pharmaceutical, media, manufacturing, transportation, and telecommunications achieve control of their contracts and obligations for compliance, cost saving and competitive advantage.

For further information, visit the Seal Software website: www.seal-software.com

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Media Contact:
Ulf Zetterberg, Seal Software Group
+44 118 9000 950
[email protected]
www.seal-software.com

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