A SaaS contract comparison tool to speed up your legal turnaround.
Comparing what has changed between contract versions can be difficult. Even with tracking changes in a word document things can get very messy as its not clear what the original document was after so many changes or the comments simple don’t load fast enough as you’re scrolling down. Trying to compare changes between PDF’s? That gets even harder. Contract Sent leverages advanced document comparison to make this easier than ever. Compare, share via a protected URL and even print to PDF with highlighted changes.
Upload your base contracts
Keep copies of your standard MSA, SOW, NDA and other sales contract types as a base to understand not just what changed between latest versions but what changed from the base version.
Select for SaaS Contract Comparison
Have a clear separation of versions and an audit timeline of all actions taken on each. Don’t be restricted to just using word documents, track changes across multiple contract types.
See the changes made
Reduce the load of what you need to go though and focus only on what’s important by toggling between word and style changes. Share privately with others using a secret URL.
Start by understanding which contract you’ll use
Save your base master service agreements, work orders, NDAs and statements of work or import your customers terms and conditions to work on.
Negotiate with your customer on each clause
Work though different versions of the contract as you negotiate to get the deal closed. Compare each version with your original contract.
Come to agreement, compare and sign
Use the comparison tool to highlight all of the changes that have been made to the final clean version of the contract before you sign.
Brady VothSales and GTM Global Head
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