Technology Contract Management Software

Maintain your competitive edge, regardless of size.

The key to success when running a technology company is the ability to stay agile, regardless of the challenges you face.

Focus on meeting customer needs and manage all of your contracts in the cloud with Concord for 24/7 access from any location.

Quickly Close Deals

When it comes to meeting investor and customer expectations, rapid growth is the key to success. Electronic signatures enable you to quickly execute non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), employment contracts, and service agreements, so you can meet even the tightest deadlines.

Concord is designed to help you manage all of your contracts from creation to execution. Whether you’re signing on new customers or negotiating term sheets, the built-in collaboration capabilities within Concord enable you to maintain a written record of who made a change, when it was made, and why it was made.

Maintain a Professional Image

Make a great impression on clients and investors by enabling them to execute agreements without worrying about printing, scanning, or mailing hard copies.

By storing all of your contracts in the cloud, you’ll never dig through filing cabinets or stacks of paper to find any contract. You will always know exactly where your contracts are located. And you can share contracts with third parties and clients, so you can be sure that everyone has the information they need.

Keep Details Under Wraps

Concord uses geographically dispersed, ISO 27001-certified, SSAE 16-audited data centers to ensure that your contracts are secure and private. Your data is encrypted using industry standard AES-256 encryption. You have the option to choose whether to house your data in the U.S. or European facilities.

Electronic signatures are valid and fully binding in most countries, Concord’s e-signature is used in more than 100 countries. By using an e-signature solution, a tamperproof seal is created around your contracts, which can’t be bypassed. This protects your contracts against unauthorized changes for reliable document integrity.

$386,025

Average amount of money spent printing documents for technology IPOs

151

Global IPOs between Q2 2014 to Q2 2015

60%

Of business executives feel excessive IT complexity hinders growth

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