Snipply is all about the future of work, an interesting term that blankets everything from AI and automation to shifting demographics and workplace environments and dynamics.

We believe the future of work is way more about how we work, and how technology is influencing how we work together. Collaboration is at the heart of our workplace, and how we create and manage the content we work hard on is the foundation of how we work together.

With that being said, we’d like to take a look at some of the companies shaping how we get work done. We used Crunchbase Pro’s search feature for this list, excluding companies marked as closed and searched for founded after 1/1/2013. The way the list is sorted is by “CB Rank”. Crunchbase defines CB Rank as follows:

The Crunchbase Rank algorithm takes many signals into account including the number of connections a profile has, the level of community engagement, funding events, news articles, and acquisitions.

A company’s Rank is fluid and subject to rising and decaying over time with time-sensitive events. Events such as product launches, funding events, leadership changes, and news affect a company’s Crunchbase Rank.

We removed the startups that clearly aren’t related document management or creation, and here were are — the top 10 startups for document creation and management.

1. Coda

Coda creates online documents and the utility of applications into a single new canvas. Coda is a new type of doc that blends the flexibility of documents, the power of spreadsheets, and the utility of applications into a single new canvas. That’s Coda. It lets you make a doc as powerful as an app. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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Website — coda.io/

Total Funds Raised — $60,000,000

2. Qwilr

Qwilr is a provider of automation tool for sales teams, including e-sign, analytics and integrations with CRM and business software.

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Website — www.qwilr.com

Total Funds Raised — $8,875,200

3. Eigen Technologies

Eigen is a research-led artificial intelligence company based in London and New York. The company’s mission is to help individuals and organizations make the right decisions, and this is done by unlocking the value of their qualitative data. Eigen automates the extraction and classification of information from documents. Its simple, flexible Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology accurately extracts information from diverse types of documents at scale and can be integrated into our clients’ workflows. The company uses use state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms to recognize patterns in text and give accurate answers to unique questions.

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Website — www.eigentech.com/

Total Funds Raised — $59,382,862

4. DocSend

DocSend is a secure sharing and tracking platform that helps you identify who is interested in doing business with you and protect your sensitive documents from getting in the wrong hands. With DocSend you can track who opens your document and how much time they spend on each page, protect your documents with security features like email verification and viewer whitelisting, and share multiple documents with a single link using Spaces, our virtual deal room.

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Website — www.docsend.com

Total Funds Raised — $15,300,000

5. Evisort

Evisort is an AI-powered contract management company founded in 2016 by Harvard Law and MIT researches to develop AI algorithms to help companies mine contracts for data. Evisort’s AI understands meaning and context in legal language, virtually eliminating the need to read contracts and helps companies organize, understand, and extract data from their contracts. With Evisort, information locked away in documents becomes searchable, and key terms can be surfaced to the right people at the right time. It can be used across all documents across an organization and helps companies reduce costs and improve their compliance and business operations.

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Website — evisort.com

Total Funds Raised — $20,600,000

6. Filevine

Filevine is a cloud-based project, team and client management app for legal professionals and firms. Filevine moves beyond using multiple applications that parse time and productivity by providing a singular digital office space. It allows users with different roles and responsibilities to work in real-time as it stores and tracks email, case discussions, sharing and uploading files, collaboration on documents, tracking and setting due dates, and assigning tasks.

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Website — filevine.com/

Total Funds Raised — $12,360,000

7. Concord

Concord is a cloud-based contract lifecycle management platform that is changing the way the world is creating, negotiating, signing, and managing contracts. An all-in-one platform, Concord is simple to use and works with any type of contract, across your entire company — every department and every employee — and is the only platform to automate and support the complete contract lifecycle, from online negotiation, to e-signature, and contract follow-through.

With robust features and multiple integrations, including Google Docs, Salesforce, Dropbox, and Box, you get a powerful solution that’s flexible, able to meet unique organizational needs and use cases, and makes growth and compliance synonymous.

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Website — www.concordnow.com/

Total Funds Raised — $41,400,000

8. Onna

Onna is a central point for enterprises’ most common information platforms (like Confluence, Gmail, Zendesk, Slack, Drive or Dropbox). The company helps organizations collect and preserve data in a defensible manner for Preservation, Knowledge Management, eDiscovery, GDPR, Enterprise Search, and Information Governance.

Onna’s enterprise-wide search capabilities will let you find what you are looking for with little effort. Their advanced search queries together with their recommendation system make the job of finding an easy task. Information overload and inefficiency affect companies at an individual and organization-wide level. A central point for information enables cross-functional alignment amongst teams and will help you with contract management, compliance, eDiscovery and more.

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Website — onna.com

Total Funds Raised$16,000,000

9. Taskade

Taskade is the unified workspace for distributed teams. Automate your workflows, chat with your team, and get work done, in one simple and elegant tool. Taskade is cross-platform and syncs in real-time on all devices — Web, iOS, Android, Chrome, Firefox, Mac and PC. Collaborate Live Edit projects in real-time. Chat and video conference on the same page. Toggle Views Select the perfect view for your project. From Task List to Kanban Board to Mind Map.

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Website — www.taskade.com

Total Funds Raised — $5,150,000

10. Rossum

Rossum’s artificial intelligence understands complex structured documents, enabling companies to capture data from financial documents efficiently and with human-level accuracy. Unlike existing text mining solutions, Rossum’s unique deep neural networks reflect the way humans read documents. This eliminates the need for costly manual implementation, a game changer in the data capture business.

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Website rossum.ai/

Total Funds Raised — $4,411,598

So that concludes the list. Make sure to follow the blog as we’ll also be adding tons of resources and commentary over the next few weeks on everything from the future of work to growth hacks and automation.

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