Alert users of updates to the document. Alert when signed.
Alert when Responder is in the document.
Ensure internal comments and priority values stay protected.
Only show what you wish.
Using state of the art security, no co-mingling of user data. Rock solid we assure.
See a pattern? Flag it easily for future reminders.
Train your instance of Agreemint!
Ensure internal teams are 100% aligned. No need to track down everyone to sort out what is important vs. less important vs. negotiable.
Let the Agreemint doc enforce itself. Auto alerts of
renewal reminders or other follow on document reminders.
One of the most costly time delays is the inability to know what is really important and to whom. With the unique Agreemint Negotiation Designer Editor either party can set priority weights (through drag & drop interaction or setting priority weight flags) to what is most important, less important or even tradeable. A user can share this info, or keep it private and help to organize his/her own company as to what are the key points to drive in a particular contract.
As with most organizations, you probably already have some repository of pre-approved contract templates. Just convert them once to the URL Agreemint custom link, name it, and share that link in however way you wish.
As with any contract negotiation, not all the information is know in all areas. An intiator of the document can easily create form fields for where he requires another person to fill out. These form inputs can be named and cataloged for future searches or intelligence.
As added convience for document review, instead of weeding through endless redlines, one can decide to display edits by a department, or by priority or by responder's priorities only. Up to you in how you want to review for efficiency of your time.
No contract platform is complete without man's uncontrollable desire to redline. Same thing here, although we have the added highly requested feature to put more context in to your redlines - in particular how important or not important it may be.
This feature can help you intra-organize as well as inter-organize.
As an initiator of the document make sure to set the stage right for what you are allowing others to be able to do.
No attachments. No confusion on who has the last draft. Convert the doc you wish to a URL live link, with fine grain control provisions.
To build efficiencies in contract workflow it is important to catalog key patterns that are repeated, or even areas that are getting negotiated over and remedied in similar ways as prior contracts. These analytics can help in forecasting and time management for contracts in play or for internal guidance in forecasting.
A key need in contract efficiency is the ability to thread a redline in to a topic area, or keep the redline within a boundary. We have added overline underline features to allow users to edit within the redline container. Anything outside would be considered a new redline or considered a new subject redline edit.
The responder of the doc can redline within this container allowing to thread this particular subject as an area for resolution.
One of the biggest fears of contract negotiation is that two people or more are editing different drafts, or at same time, causing a big mix up on 'who is working on the last draft'. Any user can decide to lock it and alert others that they are currently working on it.
Note: This doesnt prevent a user from accessing the last version in a 'viewer only' mode, but it would lock the document from new edits until the person unlocks it back. An automatic alert is generated the the document is back open to review the new edits in an unlocked document.
Through an innovative drag and drop interface, a user can quikly assemble the right document each time. An admin user can populate pre defined, or pre approved clauses for different types of contracts.
Note: A user can also do a 'one click' conversion of a Microsoft Word contract as well.
Another fear of a contract negotiation is that certain comments are accidently left over in a document. Usually a user has to spend costly time cleaning it up before sending it back over to another party. A very highly valued feature in Agreemint is that we allow a user to flag his/her comments for private review for which can only be seen by his/her own company, or even a particular person only in his/her company.
Most contract negotiations have some element of trading ('if i give you x, i would like y in return'). It is very simple in Agreemint to create micro proposals in the document, without having to get everyone on a call to go through a deal proposal suggestion on a particular subject (that may have moving parts).
Place smart forms where you need, including signatures or initials. Capture recurring data anywhere in the document.
Smart forms are very useful for automating future tracking. For example, capture information in a smart forum directly to a CRM so you have automatice alerts of key future events.
To keep things simple, either the initiating user or responding user can sign right in the app without any additional conversion required. However, users can also sign with Docusign or other tools if they wish. Just convert the doc to Word and you are good to go.
No good app can do all services as a stand-a-lone. Agreemint recognizes that you may already have existing infrastructure in place today. Let us know of any services you use and we can help to make sure it is an added application integration.
Each week we track new feature requests and act on many of them.
Our goal is for your to LOVE our products and ultimately save costly time in your contract-to -close cycles!
Let us know if any features you wish to see or any other general suggestions!