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Five Ways to Make Your Deal Processes More Efficient

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Private equity firms are known for being lean, but that shouldn’t preclude teams from setting and achieving ambitious goals. When you automate parts of your deal process, from data analysis to routine legal work, you empower your team to focus on their most important tasks.  

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Learn how to build efficiencies into your deal processes

As private capital markets continue to set new records, work hours are increasing, and employee morale is faltering. Nothing exacerbates the two as much as tasking employees to spend time on routine work like cleaning up large data files or scouring through contracts for critical deal points.

Watch the webinar on-demand and learn how contract automation and intelligence can unlock valuable data trends, so you can:

  • Enable your team to focus on engaging, high-impact work
  • Better negotiate with third parties by simultaneously analyzing terms across past deals
  • Apply data and insights to improve back-office efficiency


Jon Song

Director of Account Operations & Strategy InCloudCounsel

Jon is the Director of Account Operations & Strategy at InCloudCounsel. He holds a B.A. from Vanderbilt University. Prior to joining InCloudCounsel, Jon was a private equity investment professional at H.I.G. Capital in San Francisco, and he started his career in investment banking at Jefferies.

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Luke Ruse

Luke Ruse

General Counsel

Luke Ruse is the General Counsel of InCloudCounsel. Before joining InCloudCounsel, Luke was a Partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, focused on commercial and bankruptcy litigation and regulatory investigations. 

Luke started his career clerking for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the N.D. Illinois.

Jon Crandall

Managing Director, APAC

Jon is based in Singapore, where he manages the company’s relationships with its APAC-based clients. Jon holds a J.D. from New York University School of Law and a B.A. in mathematics from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Prior to joining InCloudCounsel, Jon spent over 10 years as a practicing corporate lawyer across Singapore, London, and New York, most recently as a partner in the capital markets practice of an international law firm.