Nicholas Hinton Joins ContractRoom’s Board of Directors

Peter Thomson


by Peter Thomson

UnitedLex CFO and former finance executive with Marsh & McLennan and Deloitte brings broad financial operations knowledge to fast-growing ContractRoom

SAN MATEO, California—March 3, 2020 —Contract Room, Inc., makers of the world's smartest Contract Lifecycle Management platform, today announced that Nick Hinton, current Chief Financial Officer of UnitedLex Corp ( has joined ContractRoom's board of directors. 


Nick has more than 25 years of experience across finance, operations, IT, compliance and risk management. He has led enterprise transformations, and understands what it takes to successfully leverage technology to drive transformational change within an organization..

“Nick provides us with deep knowledge of corporate financial operations in our goal to provide our enterprise clients with unparalleled business impact”, stated Emil Stefanutti, ContractRoom, CEO. “Nick has a broad foundation in financial operations within several industries including insurance and legal.” 

Nick joins the ContactRoom Board of Directors which includes: Priscilla Hung, COO of Guidewire and Board Member of Vonage Holdings (; David Stephens, CEO of FreeAgent CRM and previously CEO and Co-founder of Coupa (; Jason Matlof, former Battery Ventures partner and CMO of LightCyber, Inc. (; Emil Stefanutti, CEO (and co-founder) of ContractRoom. 

About ContractRoom 

ContractRoom ( is the world's smartest Contract Lifecycle Management platform. Companies use ContractRoom to close agreements 10x faster, with complete control and deep insight,, for the greatest financial impact. ContractRoom has transformed the contracting operations for over 100 companies including Fortune 500 clients, with over 75,000 users, more than 500,000 contracts, and millions of data points under management.

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Peter Thomson

Peter Thomson

Peter has been involved in technology since he developed his 1st product for the legal industry in 1987 - a case management system called CaseTrack. But didn't stop there, and has continued to push for innovation and disruption to make processes more efficient and just plain happier!

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