Short answer: To speed up contract to close time, and post close time.
Long answer: In the old days, people would agree via a handshake and look in the eye. Fast forward to today in business, peoples wants and ‘real' wants may be completely different.
Today our contracting process fails to capture this important nuance.
Business folks today strike out text (or redline text) as one and the same value. However the reality is that those wants have different values - some are nice to have, some must have, some tradable for something else. This happens both internally (within a company) and externally. This is what Agreemint solves.
By understanding those negotiated values both internally and externally, Agreemint is able to take a contract through to a close much faster, much more effective in it’s language, and with an easier interface for customers.
The North Amercian market alone will be on track to spend over $25 bilion in legal automation and another $15 billion in digital signing solutions, but none of these will have an impactful dent in our closing efficiency - because most of our time we now spend negotiating inside contracts, with very little pattern recognition in that process.
Agreemint changes that.
Agreemint allows customers to train their own AI to capture negotiated values for future speed and efficiencies in contracting.
Yes. Just copy secure link and send.
Yes. You can create your own templates or pull from existing sources in your Dashboard.
Absolutely. One can use the service with our built in digital signature capability (free) or use an external digital signing solution, such as Docusign or others.
You do not need an attorney to use our service. However, as with any legal solution you should consult your attorney on any legal concerns as we are not your representative attorney. The solution was designed to be 'attorney compatible' such that your attorney could get access, make inputs or change language.
Yes you can.
Absolutely. You can easily get a custom URL link to forward to another to review or sign.
The Initiator of a document is the paying Licensee. The Responder , or whomever is invited to join a document, is free.
By law we are required to hold on to transaction records, for as long as we are in business.