DocuSign just conducted an interesting study. It seems that more than two thirds of companies still do not have a contract management tool in place. The general theme seemed to be that companies are generally only aware of solutions targeted at large companies. This leads customers to believe the solutions are hard to use, hard to implement and expensive. Generally they are not aware of newer, more affordable, easier-to use solutions that have been introduced lately.Read More
A quick update about exciting new features on ContractSafe!
Introducing your brand new [AI]ssistant. We’re really excited to announce that our new AI setup feature is live. With the ContractSafe [AI]ssistant...Read More
It's ski season! And the Olympics! We love to ski here at ContractSafe (even though we're in Los Angeles). As everyone heads out to the slopes, we wanted to repost one of our favorite stories...about what The Salt Lake Tribune called “one of the most monumental blunders in Utah business history.”Read More
Usually a company that’s getting started with a new contract management system has one big worry:
How will I get all my existing contracts into this new system?
If you’re like most companies, you probably are looking for a system because all of the contracts aren’t in one place to begin with. Or, they’re somewhere that you can’t easily search (and find!) like a shared drive or SharePoint. The thought of “being organized” is wonderful, but “getting organized” is another story.
The goal of a new Contract Management System is to make your life easier, not harder! Some systems out there require 6-12 months for implementation, and then training, and learning curves, and change management…Read More
This is the time of year for resolutions. Make this year a great one, full of success and no accidental contract renewals!Read More
We just did a quick survey of our existing customers. We wanted to know how we're doing and what features our customers would like to see added to ContractSafe.
With the survey results, we calculated our Net Promoter Score (NPS). This is a wonky marketing term that was coined in a Harvard Business Review article back in 2003. It is used to measure "Likeliness to refer your product." NPS is generally considered the best metric of both overall customer satisfaction, as well as long term business health.
So how did we do?Read More
Our best ideas come from customers...and we've been busy adding requested features and improvements. Here's a few recent improvements:Read More