Home/ Nihilent Announces Technology Partnership With Brightleaf Solutions

Will help Brightleaf develop next-generation semantic intelligence engine

Pune, India –Pune based global consulting company, Nihilent today announced its agreement to partner with Massachusets headquartered Brightleaf Solutions, Inc. in developing Brightleaf’s new, advanced platform for legal document abstraction.

With 1,500 employees world-wide, Nihilent, has deep expertise and is uniquely positioned to co-develop Brightleaf’s solution. Nihilent has been certified with ISO 9001:2008 and is benchmarked at CMMI DEV L5, with an in-house team of Sigma Black belts, Lean specialists, and High Maturity Level Appraisers. The company operates in a wide range of business verticals including BFSI, Supply Chain and Logistics, Mobile Computing and Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment, Government and State-run Enterprises, Technology and related services, Healthcare, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

“Brightleaf complements our other relationships in U.S.-based technology startups, particularly in the areas of analytics and business intelligence.” Stated Minoo Dastur, President and COO of Nihilent. “They have identified an emerging source of important business data, legal documents, that allows enterprise clients to better understand their constituents: customers, vendors, and partners. Delivering valuable insights is a core component of Nihilent’s services.”

According to Samir Bhatia, CEO of Brightleaf Solutions “We’re thrilled to be a Nihilent partner company. Together, we’ve defined the architecture for Brightleaf’s new automated abstraction platform. The development team has been assembled, and it includes some very high level, senior Nihilent architects and technical staff. We are planning delivery for Q1 2015.”

Nihilent is one of the leading companies offering solutions that aid data driven decision making. In legal document abstraction, accessing the commercial terms, legal provisions, and obligations across thousands of legal contracts yield important information about the corporation’s operations. Brightleaf uses advanced semantic intelligence software to analyze many thousands of disparate, text-based contract files to abstract and distill all the key attributes into an easily searchable, structured database.