Ironclad Stock

ironcladapp.comEnterprise Software / Business OperationsFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $335.63MM

Ironclad, founded in 2014, is the developer of a contract lifecycle management platform. The platform is designed to enable companies to collaborate and negotiate on contracts and accelerate contracting while maintaining compliance, and turn contracts into critical carriers of operational business intelligence.

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Management Team

Jason Boehmig JD
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Helen Wang
Chief Financial Officer
Jennifer Paau
Chief Operating Officer
Jason Li
Chief Technology Officer
Leslie Henthorn
Chief Marketing Officer
Dean Cormier
Chief Sales Officer

Board Members

Jess Lee
Sequoia Capital
Steve Loughlin
Ali Rowghani
Y Combinator

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News Highlights

Ironclad AI Surpasses 10.5M Predictions Made, Saving 29 Years of Work for Customers
In the past six months alone, over 60% of Ironclad customers have adopted its AI-powered tools to power every part of the contracting lifecycle, from metadata tagging and extraction to AI-powered negotiation and data analysis, making Ironclad among the most rapidly adopted AI solutions on the legal market.
Ironclad’s new contract platform embeds AI to improve business workflows
Ironclad yesterday unveiled a new version of its contract platform embedded with an AI layer in an effort to improve business workflows throughout the lifecycle of a contract.
Ironclad reaches $3.2B valuation In Race To Build Software For Business Contracts
The $150M raise, plus recent hires of a COO and CFO, means an IPO is on the horizon, says Ironclad’s CEO. The company last raised $100M in funds one year ago, at a $1B valuation, according to PitchBook.
Updated on: Mar 4, 2024


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