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Lexcheck And Linksquares Have Announced A Cooperation To Speed Up Deal Flow.

Today, LinkSquares, the creator of the go-to AI-powered contract management platform, and LexCheck, the top contract acceleration platform, announced a collaboration. They work together to provide a straightforward, integrated, and more effective approach to boost deal velocity. In order to help businesses speed up the full contract lifecycle from inception to renewal, this new alliance integrates the platforms of LexCheck and LinkSquares. As a result, legal teams will be able to increase revenue more quickly while lowering risk. By joining forces, the businesses will be able to reach a wider audience and give more companies a competitive edge. This new alliance also marks LexCheck’s rebranding. The company revealed a fresh look in support of a new direction, with an updated brand and product lineup. LexCheck’s aim has changed from focusing solely on enhancing the effectiveness of legal departments to accelerating corporate growth by facilitating quicker agreements.

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“When sales and legal partner, they can reduce friction, allowing contracts to be turned quicker and deals to close faster,” said Gary Sangha, CEO of LexCheck. “By partnering together, our platforms are becoming more powerful, and can help to drive both companies’ missions forward.” “LexCheck is a great partnership that can add to the work we’re already doing to elevate the status of legal teams to drive better business outcomes,” said Vishal Sunak, CEO of LinkSquares.

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