About SettlementIQ

SettlementIQ™ is the first ODR technology that embraces the way settlements actually occur by working with professionals rather than replacing their judgment. It’s a better way to settle disputes for all parties involved.

Settlements can be reached using blind bid, direct online negotiations, or mediator assistance, all online using advanced capabilities. One size does not fit all, which is why SettlementIQ complements your workflow, rather than replacing it.

To some, online dispute resolution (ODR) has been thought of as the Holy Grail that will relieve crowded courts and eliminating attorneys or dispute resolution professionals from the process. However, few of these ODR approaches have proven worthwhile in practice. For any online settlement tool to be effective in the real world it must work within the natural workflow of business and negotiation.

SettlementIQ was developed by attorneys and business executives who understand there are better uses for your time and money than spending it on the same old approaches to dispute resolution. It is a solution that fits within your existing workflow to facilitate settlements, lower costs, and bring more to the bottom line.

SettlementIQ was developed by Forthright, an organization that has been in the dispute resolution business since 1986 and has administered close to two million arbitrations, mediations, and settlements. Forthright is in the business of changing the way businesses handle disputes. We are modernizing dispute resolution through automation and innovating processing solutions for complex regulatory and legal compliance programs.

Our team is composed of leading dispute resolution experts who bring years of top-level strategic business, technological, and legal experience to the table.

If you would like to learn more about how SettlementIQ can save you time and money by creating an online dispute resolution solution that is convenient and creates engagement for all parties, please schedule a demo now.


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