KCura beefs up analytics with acquistion

KCura, whose software makes lawyers’ jobs easier, is making life a little easier for itself by acquiring a longtime partner. The Chicago-based software company bought Content Analyst for an undisclosed price. KCura has the bank account for acquisitions after raising $125 million last year from Iconic. KCura has about 550 employees, compared with just 35 people for Content Analyst, which specializes in machine-learning and analytics technology that helps customers sift through large amounts of data. KCura has licensed the company’s technology to use as part of its Relativity suite of software, which is used by law firms to manage the vast amounts of documents in litigation. “We want to make a big investment in analytics and machine learning,” said kCura CEO Andrew Sieja. “This is about having control over the…


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