We just released a new feature that will save you a lot of time. Advanced Search is here. Also, bulk edits have been updated so that you can bulk edit any field in ContractSafe. Add in some improved filters and this release is our speedy Easter present for you.Read More
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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
We are excited to announce some big changes. Based on your feedback we have made ContractSafe even easier and faster to use.
• “Folders” are the new “Types.” Same feature, just a new name.
• New Dashboard with summary information on Folders, Tags, Dates and Activity.
• Streamlined contract detail page to make it easier and faster to see key information.
• Search and FIND your contract from any page.
The homeowners in San Francisco’s Presidio Terrace were lucky they won their street back after missing property tax deadlines for 14 years, but most groups or businesses aren’t that fortunate. The Park City Mountain Resort certainly wasn’t! Missing a single date, even by one day, can mean that the contract isn’t legally binding or that your business won’t get the treatment that was outlined within the contract. This can cost thousands, or even millions of dollars. Using contract deadlines, as opposed to evergreen clauses, can give your business the power to negotiate, but that power is gone if the deadline is missed. When it comes to a leasing or service contract, use a great system to stay on top of key dates. It’s cheap insurance, that will help you avoid costly relocation expenses, higher renewal costs, or unfavorable auto-renewal terms.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