Negotiating long contracts? In Agreemint, control which subject is visible and editable by user - in a virtual link. Saves oodles of time! Users love this feature!
This new Agreemint innovation changes all that! Write us for a free demo!
As all crossword puzzles should be!
A visual contract workflow designer? Say it ain't so!
How to become an Intelligent Business Operation? Lets start with how you do your contracts!
Still redlining in a linear workflow in 2021? Day One. Some Day. You decide.
Big competition out there. So it little wins like this can really help out the little guy in the market. Big thanks to our IP Counsel Adam Hipp (of Platinum IP) , and our CTO Christopher Boyce for seeing this through to an early success!
Thank you Welp Magazine. Nice to see that coverage! We agree.
Yep we updated our Product Guide. A 'How to Use' Agreemint 2.4 in about 1 minute. Enjoy!
Second week in a row! Love it.
A: Have all fields smart tracked. Sync to wherever ;)
They get negotiated. All. The. Time.
Time for a change.
Slowly winning over the Google suggestion algorithm. Webster's dictionary is next!
Here is a quick video in how to use Agreemint's new Click Wrap feature! Super easy. Solves today's urgent problems!
Always nice to hear directly from a happy customer! 30 second video.
Updating terms? Policies? Control who sees it? Use the Agreemint API.
To celebrate our 20th blog post. In 20 seconds, of course.
Damn cool feature alert!
The Problem: When extending a contract to a prospect there is a lot of information that is still unknown. Is there a better way to save time in this and make it less painful for my customers and our company?
The Solve: Agreemint solves this with a push sync to a CRM (like Salesforce) when certain tracked contract fields are filled out, selected, or changed, keeping all things up-to-minute and accurate in a CRM - including the quarterly forecast.
This is a HUGE time saver for everyone involved, your customers, finance, sales, or legal.
Damn cool and super impactful! Check out how it works in the quick video below (1 min).
We'd be lying if we said there haven't been any bumps in the road. But from them we learn and grow - it's all part of the journey.
Designing a product customers loves gives us our fuel!
Making each day count on the road to success!
Yep, about what we expected.
Essentially after meeting client after client, the same story rings true over and over, that we spend most of our time in contract negotiation limbo.
And most of that time is actually internal confusion around what is important to whom, which department group for each contract. Or confusion for what 'did we do last time'?.
Most companies struggle with finding ways to push more to their front line sales group.
It is our mission help solve that!
Happy 4th of July from your friends at Agreemint!
May you all have some yummy barbequed corn on the cob with your friends and family.
Embraced in our country spirit early on, this year we toast to that wonderful spirit of entrepreneurialism.
A toast to you all who continue to root for us along the way!
The tasty results are in! After six months of commercial use on the platform, Agreemint customers are witnessing mind-blowing results. Before the use of Agreemint, a normal close time for a standard common contract was 5-6 weeks in these same accounts. After Agreemint deployed, it is at now averaging less than 36 hours! Other results below.
The goal of course: to simply and ease how you set up a contract with anyone.
We can. And doing.
We just wrapped a first long week of investor meetings (continues in next week as well). This is when we go out and walk through our plans with various early stage VC investors, mostly here in Silicon Valley. And why? This is for Agreemint to update core software faster and deliver on major enterprise level advancements on the platform.
To our humble surprise the appetite from the investor community for Agreemint is very well received - with over 40 VC meetings and counting! We are certainly enjoying that attention as those same investors could certainly use Agreemint and likely with their own portfolio of companies.
Needless to say, a healthy round is shaping up.
So we will update you when continue on that front which should help in speeding things along.
Will update more towards the end of the month!
Lock in! Way cool advancements on the way.
While certainly excited that Agreemint 1.x in use and getting great results, Agreemint 2.x is huge step forward and a game changer for the entire market!
We are heads down on this 2.x release - coming very soon.
Agreemint 2.x is what our customers unanimously want, works with any document flow, any document, and can integrate with any signing or generation template.
For right now, Agreemint 2.x is under vetted user trials. If you qualify we can also show you the product as well!
In meantime, stay tuned.
Big thanks to SV's Plug & Play for hosting Enterprise 2.0 summit and voting us in!
Out of 1,500 companies profiled, 500 screened for selection
->75 (out of 500) voted in by Corporate Partners
-> 26 (out of 75) voted in by partners for Selection Day stage pitches ( visuals)
-> 15 (out of 26) voted by Corp Partners based on presentations
We were one of those top 15 (1%).
Larger partners of PNP include ATT, Will Towers Watson, Recruit, FedEx, Intuit, Deloitte, Kyocera, Panasonic, Ford, Mercedes Benz, Zurich, Levis, J&J and many others.
We look forward to advancing Agreemint with PNP partners this week!More updates to come.
Cool to see so much support from the local start up community. We are able to get great traffic and mind share from being selected to Present at the Enterprise 2.0 summit hosted by Plug & Play Ventures in Sunnyvale, CA in early Feb 2019.
Great crowd. Cool set up. Engagement high!
More to come!
Well, here is the quick story.
When we started our company we liked the name Agreemint, as did our target customers - lots of fun and clever things we can do with that name. However, someone had it and wanted a healthy portion of money for it even though there was no company launch or product coming from that .com domain. We declined to pay. Better to spend money on building a great product we felt.
Well, through some patience and diligence, we managed to get the .com domain after all for a much better price.
Users can still use our .io, but .com is our default from this point.
Thanks for all the continued support!