“Do you review masses of pleas or contracts on the same topic every day?”
“Do different wordings make automation impossible?”
“Does correspondence with companies, clients and insurance companies determine the further course of proceedings and cause high manual effort?”
This is exactly where our AI semantha® can help: It understands text based on meaning, regardless of word choice – so you can find content you’re looking for no matter how it’s worded – out of the box and without extensive training with your data.
Within your company, you reply to numerous pleas, such as lawsuits or statements of defence, and repeatedly come across similar submissions. In most cases, you can use excerpts from past responses as a basis for the new plea. However, the classification of the individual submissions of the newly received pleas is the biggest challenge.
In our library, you can define content for which new incoming contracts should be checked. semantha® finds the passages based on the meaning, independent of the word choice and completely without “training” with your data. This way, the appropriate response is quickly found for every submission.
Using our Compare, you can compare previous correspondence with new incoming correspondence. semantha® shows you which contents match and which contents are missing – out of the box and without time-consuming training with your data.
In addition to the pleas, there are masses of correspondences with companies, clients and insurers. Each letter must be analysed at great expense before the next step can be taken. It is quite possible to assign certain categories, but the problem is that similar facts are formulated very differently, which makes it impossible to automate this process.
With semantha® you can automatically classify and assign incoming letters, no matter how they are formulated, regardless of the choice of words.
In your company, contracts have to be reviewed regularly and with a high manual effort. In most cases, the content to be reviewed is similar. The problem is that every contract is worded and structured differently, which makes automation impossible.
In our library, you can define content for which new incoming contracts are to be analysed against. semantha® finds the passages based on their meaning, regardless of the choice of words and without any “training” with your data. Thus, relevant contents of a contract are found quickly and efficiently.
Using our Compare, you can compare already reviewed contracts with new incoming contracts. semantha® shows you which content matches and which content is missing – out of the box and without time-consuming training with your data.
In addition, you can use our Compare feature to compare different versions of a contract. semantha® shows you which contents have remained the same and which areas have been changed or removed completely.