Jerry Ting // Ep 21 // Building Evisort, an AI-based Platform for Contract Management

Welcome to Episode 21 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Jerry Ting on this week's episode.

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Before turning 30, Jerry Ting started a company that upended one of the largest sectors of the legal industry. The company, Evisort, uses AI to read contracts automatically, saving household-name brands like Jelly Belly, Fujitsu and Cox Automotive millions of dollars per year on legal fees, earning Jerry the distinction as one of the founders of modern contract management.

Evisort’s AI is revolutionizing the contract management industry, and the technology is impressive in its own right. The software can read a 30-page contract in 15 seconds, extracting relevant legal and business terms, recognize key expiration dates and organize the information in a central repository. It can read 230+ contracts and 50+ provisions and metadata “out-of-the box.” Evisort is one of very few enterprise AI companies with its own R&D lab, building proprietary models to help legal, sales and procurement professionals more efficiently manage their contract workflows.

Today Jerry leads a full team of 70+ employees in Silicon Valley, Boston, Toronto, and the Philippines, helping clients manage and analyze over a billion dollars in contract value around the world. He’s been recognized in Forbes 30 under 30 and Silicon Valley Business Journals’ 40 under 40.

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