San Mateo, California, January 21, 2020 — Artificial intelligence (AI) technology company Evisort has appointed Silicon Valley tech sales veteran Mark Stephenson as Chief Customer Officer (CCO), a newly-created position. The addition of Mark to the Evisort C-Suite is a bold strategic move for the company, further sharpening its focus on providing successful outcomes for corporate and legal customers.

Mark’s hire comes one month after Evisort closed a $15 million Series A funding round led by Vertex Ventures and M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, with participation by Amity Ventures and Serra Ventures. …

What is the CCPA?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was approved by the California governor on September 23, 2018. The CCPA will be effective January 1, 2020. The CCPA will provide California residents the right to request a business to delete their personal information and will prohibit businesses from selling personal information without the consumer’s consent.

Who does the CCPA apply to?

The CCPA will apply to businesses and organizations possessing the personal information of California residents, households, or devices that:

(i) have $25 million or more in annual gross revenue;

(ii) possesses, receives, purchases, or sells the personal…

By Jerry Ting, Co-Founder & CEO of Evisort

I am happy to share that we have raised $15m in Series A funding from Vertex Ventures and Microsoft.

This past year has been one of tremendous growth and learning. After raising $4.5m in our seed round in February, we were lucky to be welcomed into the market by significant customer adoption. From having only a handful of customers at the end of 2018 to working with legal and procurement teams around the world today, I cannot be more grateful to each and every individual that trusted us to manage your most…

This synopsis of the Science World Report article originally appeared at the link below, please read the full article on the site!

If one were to ask a lawyer what they spend the majority of their day doing, the least expected practical answer would probably be “reading.” Nor would the average layman anticipate that the reading was very hard work — surely, anyone who had passed a bar exam would be more than capable? But the twist is that this reading involves researching contracts. …

We’re going through a period of rapid growth and hiring across all departments, including engineering, data science, sales, customer success, and more. Check out to apply!

Some example positions below:

Senior Data Scientist

DevSecOps Engineer

Senior Software Engineer

Senior Software Engineer

Senior Software Engineer (Frontend)

Staff/Senior Software Engineer

Demand Generation

Customer Success Manager

Recruiting Coordinator

Product UX Designer

Account Executive

Business Development Representative

To apply to our Legal Tech & Business Development Fellowship, please visit our careers site here. Questions? Email

Why did you want to work at a legal tech startup?

Both my parents are lawyers and tried to dissuade me from attending law school. They both hated law school and told me how miserable firm life is. Despite these warnings, I thought about applying to law school when I read about all of the legal tech in “Above the Law”. Seeing these industry disrupters motivated me. Law was changing to provide clients with better service through the power technology.


After doubling our team twice in the last 12 months, we decided to build a dedicated Evisort.Careers page. We realized that in the many interviews we’ve had, candidates have been excited to learn about the culture we’ve built at Evisort, the environment they work in, and the type of projects they get to work on.

Working at an early stage startup has been unlike any other work experience we’ve had. It is a more personal journey, the bonds you build with colleagues are deeper, more organic, and you have ownership over the projects you’re working on. …

Evisort is at CLOC 2019.

Hi! Jerry here, CEO and Founder of AI-powered contract management company, Evisort. I’m meeting one-on-one with legal operation professionals who are curious to learn more about how recent advances in AI can be helpful in transforming legal ops for your department. I’ll be right here, at CLOC 19 at The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, today, May 14.

To grab time on my calendar, send me an email at

I’m excited to meet you in person in Vegas to chat about some of the most common comments I hear every day as an AI professional. …

Memme Onwudiwe of Evisort

Memme Onwudiwe is Evisort’s EVP of Business Development

Few people at Harvard or elsewhere manage to pack more activity into a workday than Memme Onwudiwe ’19.

One day last month, he was finalizing deals for Evisort, the Harvard Law-MIT startup that he joined soon after its founding, which was then on the final day of a quarter. He was also a few hours away from an interview with the President of Ghana, the latest in a series of notable interviews he’s arranged for the Kennedy School’s Africa Policy Journal. Meanwhile, being a 3L a few months from graduation brings pressures of its own.

It all ties in with his belief that anyone who doesn’t pursue a wide range of interests at Harvard Law School is missing a golden opportunity.

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By Jeff Moore, Senior Contract Management Consultant at Evisort

It’s 5:30pm on a Friday and you receive an email from your CFO assigning you the task of reporting to him all of the executed contracts with publicity clauses your company has over 150K. You have approximately 10K contracts located in multiple repositories and limited insight into what is where. Order a Pizza and fire up the Keurig — looks like you’re in for a long weekend.

If this sounds anything like you, then you know how cumbersome the task of managing contracts can be without a modern, AI-powered Contract Management…

Jerry Ting

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