We founded ContractSafe because we were running a growing business and we could not find a CMS that was
easy to use • easy to manage • affordable
We've been in your shoes, and that helps us ensure that ContractSafe addresses your biggest pain points. We combined our backgrounds in software development, the law, and running several businesses to create ContractSafe. We use it every day and are actively involved in all parts of our business to give you a great product with world class support.
Ken Button is Co-Founder and CEO of ContractSafe. He is a former general counsel and has 20+ years of experience founding, leading, investing in and advising growth companies. He and Randy co-founded ContractSafe based on their frustration in trying to find a good, easy-to-use contract organizer. They also previously co-founded Verengo Solar and grew it from a start-up to over $100 million in sales.
Previously, Ken served as a senior executive at ePolicy Solutions, which was sold to a subsidiary of ChoicePoint, and practiced law at O’Melveny & Myers and Winston & Strawn.
Ken is a member of Young Presidents Organization, and is on the Board of Advisors of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. He received a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law and an undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley.
Randy Bishop is Co-Founder, President and Chairman of ContractSafe. He previously started and ran businesses in software and cleantech. Randy was the CEO of Verengo Solar, which he and Ken grew from a start-up to over $100 million in sales.
Previously, Randy worked at Intuit, where he oversaw record growth in the Basic Payroll business and headed Product Management for Quicken.com and QuickenLoans. He was also a principal at Remy Investors, VP and General Manager at SMC, and has served on the boards of several public companies and non-profits.
Randy is a member of Young Presidents Organization, and he serves on the board of KIPP Los Angeles. He received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar, and his undergraduate degree from Stanford University.