Feb 27, 2019
The Monax Platform is a contract lifecycle management tool which allows consumers to easily procure lawyer-tested agreements and stay in full control of their business contracting. Harnessing a unique combination of active agreements, blockchain technology and a business process modelling engine, the platform is designed to move business legal obligations into the networked world.
Founded in 2014, Monax is transforming the legal industry. A respected blockchain-native Software-as-a-Service company, Monax builds decentralized systems and growing ecosystem applications. It is on a mission to change the way people consume and manage their legal agreements using the Monax Platform, a powerful contract lifecycle management (CLM) suite.
The Monax Platform is a comprehensive toolkit comprising an intuitive interface, first-in-class business process modeling engine and smart contract technology to propel CLM to the digital age. Monax is also one of the co-founders of the Agreements Network, which allows anyone to develop, customize, sell and reproduce legal products.
Casey Kuhlman is the CEO of Monax and joins me on my daily tech podcast to talk about how they are built a platform for smart contracts and legal applications of blockchain technology. Prior to cofounding Monax, Casey was the head of legal information systems at the US Open Data Institute.
A lawyer and international development practitioner for nearly a decade, Casey has worked extensively in the Horn of Africa, including co-founding the first law firm in Somaliland which he was the Managing Partner of for over four years. Casey has also been a New York Times bestselling author, an infantry officer in the Marines, and is an avid participant in open source software development.