Industry-leading organizations around the world rely on Exari solutions to manage and optimize the lifecycles of their contracts. From enterprise corporations to professional and legal firms to large public agencies, our customers demand a level of contract lifecycle management and technology performance that only Exari can provide.
The world’s leading industrial gases and engineering company with almost 52,000 employees working in around 100 companies worldwide.
Linde uses Exari’s document automation program for its U.S., Puerto Rico and Canadian sales force. Linde uses approximately 20 different sales documents covering the different products and geographies.
Based in France, Engie is a multinational utility company with operations in nearly 70 countries and is one of the largest energy companies in the world. Engie focuses on electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, and renewable energy solutions, including solar.
Headquartered in New York City, AIG is a multinational insurance company with more than 85 million customers in 130 countries. AIG offers insurance for commercial, institutional, and individual customers, life and retirement services, and mortgages.
Founded in 1686, Lloyd's is one of the world's most famous insurance markets. Lloyd's is comprised of nearly one hundred individual syndicates, which price and underwrite risk via brokers and coverholders.
Based in San Francisco, Uber connects customers with drivers across more than 500 cities in over 60 countries.
Uber uses Exari to automate the creation of employment agreements by pre-populating the majority of the agreement using existing data from their HR systems, and quickly finishing the creation through Exari’s state of the art wizard. This dramatically reduces their resource time and ensures complete control around the language that ends up in the final agreement.
The United States Department of Agriculture provides leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues based on sound public policy, the best available science, and efficient management.
USDA/Rural Development uses Exari to automate documents, including loan packages for its electricity and telecommunications programs. These programs provide reliable, affordable electric and telephone/DSL service to America’s rural communities.
One of the largest law firms in the world, located in 29 countries with 67 offices throughout Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the US. DLA Piper is positioned to help companies with their legal needs anywhere in the world.
DLA Piper licensed Exari to accelerate the production of sales contracts/product supply agreements, which resulted in them winning a major new client.
This world leading provider of global business news and information services publishes The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, MarketWatch and the Far Eastern Economic Review.
Dow Jones’ Legal team is using Exari document automation software to deliver tailored, self-service sales contracts to its global sales force much faster than ever before. The “real time” system enables quicker deal closure and improved compliance.
Leading global law firm providing comprehensive legal services across a wide range of sectors, from FTSE 100 businesses to governmental organizations as well as privately managed individuals.
Womble Bond Dickinson uses Exari as their enterprise-wide clause library solution for contract and document automation, for driving efficiency and streamlining legal agreements.
A Dutch association that unites around 90 organizations responsible for youth care, child protection, and juvenile probation under the Dutch juvenile law.
Jeugdzorg Nederland uses Exari DocGen to automate the generation of all documentation associated with Youth Care, approximately 200,000 documents per month.
Based in Basel, Switzerland, Syngenta is a global agribusiness that produces seeds, agrochemicals, and conducts genomic research.
Syngenta’s team of lawyers and licensing professionals within the Legal and Taxes department utilize Exari to easily and consistently manage legal documents globally.