your content

Issues we solve

In today’s world colleagues, partners and advisors routinely email confidential and sensitive documents inside and outside the organisation. Sophisticated compliance systems can police these communications up to a point, but in reality we rely on our own people to police themselves and not send out content they shouldn’t.

Hamel provides customised walled gardens for sharing content – invite people in, rather than send documents out and loose control.

Advanced tracking of document changes by multiple contributors is now standard in enterprise document editing suites. To build on these capabilities, Hamel enables individual user editing restrictions, such as advanced time and geography based access control.

Many documents have valuable information hidden inside, with no easy way to access it.

Hamel can help by making your documents your golden source and extract the information therein – financial services agreements, property agreements and insurance agreements just for starters.

And occasionally, there is a need to rewrite agreements because of major change, such as Brexit or LiBOR.

Hamel can enable large-scale automated repapering across Word and PDF documents, combined with automated issuing for eSignature to other parties.

With hamel you will not have to piece together different platforms and software to achieve complex document and content aims.

Our approach to content management

Hamel builds tools and services to programmatically extract and explore unstructured data within documents, contracts and agreements. We use these principles to guide us:

  • Your content should be securely available to all relevant people both inside and outside your organisation.
  • You should be able to rapidly find whatever you seek.
  • You should be able to share access without sending out actual files - always keep it inside your walled garden.

Document technology is rapidly evolving, but it is often expensive for firms to buy-in or develop in-house. Therefore Hamel’s technology can be utilised as a service.


For further information, contact John Grogan via email here.