Kira - Good doc review platform
June 29, 2020

Kira - Good doc review platform

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Kira Systems

We use it broadly across the whole organisation, however some teams use more than others (Commercial and Real Estate). We use it for business as usual document reviews, as well as some larger projects focussed around diligence exercises and/or contract reviews. It solves the problem of inefficient doc review tools / manual processes being carried out by junior members of the firm. Speeds teams up a lot on that first level of review.
  • UX - very easy to use and train people on.
  • OCR and doc search is well organised and functional.
  • Comparison feature really good.
  • Project management features make review teams easier to manage.
  • Built in provisions really useful for standard documents.
  • Training new provisions can sometimes be a bit unwieldy.
  • Search across all documents sometimes too over inclusive (in documents it is great).
  • Inability to rename folders and files in the platform.
  • Saves huge amounts of time at level 1 review.
  • Therefore means level 2 review can be more detailed.
  • Means less 'rubbish' comes through, as we can spot outliers before getting lawyers to look into it further.
Always come back quickly and the support portal is really good.
Very easy to use, people get up to speed with it quickly, most things are self explanatory.
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  • Bryter
Kira offers a lot more out of the box than other providers and is also more flexible around integrations. This, plus the clear pricing structure, is why we went for it instead of (or as well as) others.

Diligen, RAVN, Leverton, Della, Seal not in list.

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Well suited - standard reviews of similar document sets. BAU work where similar documents are repeatedly reviewed. Any large scale review really, just as long as it is managed properly and the limitations are explained.
Less appropriate - Looking for nuanced or complex information that patterns are less likely to be found in. Like doing a general provision for 'Restrictions.'