See legal-tech startup Disco’s pitch on cloud-based discovery software

  • Disco is a cloud-based ediscovery platform that uses AI to help lawyers more efficiently sift through hundreds of documents in the litigation process.
  • In its latest round of funding in October, the startup raised a massive $60 million from investors like Georgian Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners, bringing total investment to date to $195 million.
  • In an exclusive interview, Kiwi Camara, Disco’s CEO and cofounder, walked Business Insider through the pitch deck it’s used to make its business case to both investors and clients, which include Fortune 1000 companies and Am Law 200 firms.
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