This month, we’re profiling iConfide, a bot which helps the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) automate and streamline the process of drafting confidentiality agreements with its counterparties.
The CEFC is a specialist investor focused on Australia’s successful transition to a low carbon economy.
We sat down with CEFC Legal Director Leigh Cooper and Business Analyst Joey Chan, to discuss their iConfide bot, which is built on and powered by Josef.
Tell us about iConfide and why you decided to build it?
Leigh Cooper: iConfide is a bot that allows external parties to directly enter their information and download a Confidentiality Agreement they can sign and return to us.
We’d been looking at the documents we repeatedly use and were convinced there had to be a simpler and lower friction way to get this done. We wanted it to be easier for the people who need to sign these agreements, and also more streamlined for our teams and our internal processes.
Signing these documents is often one of our earliest interactions with external parties and we want those relationships to start in a positive and professional way.