DocuSign is probably best known as an eSignature company, but they also have a contract management solution for enterprises. That leaves a void for small and medium-sized companies. In comes Contractbook with an end-to-end contract lifecycle management platform for SMB’s. Streamline and automate your entire workflow with us.
Here are the 3 main reasons why Contractbook is better than
DocuSign is essentially a digital signature that they charge money for, In Contractbook, however, we offer unlimited free signatures. But we don't just stop at the signature. We optimize the creation process, the negotiation phase, and the post-signature management part.
With Contractbook you can set reminders for renewals, automate tasks, leverage the data in your contracts to make smarter workflows and way more beyond the signature. DocuSign has a product geared towards signing agreements. Contractbook is an end-to-end contract lifecycle management platform that streamlines your entire workflow.
Unlike DocuSign, Contractbook is future-proof. We do not like the idea of holding your data hostage in a useless PDF, we want you to harness your data and use it to enable a workflow and process that works for you. With DocuSign being an organization that focuses on enterprises and just throwing a signature on a PDF is enough. Then what? Maybe you print it out and eventually throw it away. Not good for you, and not good for the environment.
Contractbook stores your contracts in a dynamic and data-rich format so you can utilize your contracts to trigger new events, automate workflows, and give you valuable insights about your business.
As of late, DocuSign has invested in products that help them cover some additional parts of the contract lifecycle and even do some document automation. However, they are solely focused on enterprises. So, who is going to look after the up-and-comers or the organizations that simply do not want to be enterprise businesses? Contractbook.
We are there with a holistic and automated solution focused on helping small and medium-sized businesses. We offer free support for everyone and offer an affordable service that enables companies in all shapes and sizes to automate their workflow.
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Contractbook is an automated digital platform enabling you to manage the entire lifecycle of your contracts in one flow, allowing you to store all of your contracts in a secure and organized location. Furthermore, Contractbook can be integrated with thousands of other apps to create automated workflows and data-driven setups.
Small and medium-sized businesses all over the globe.
DocuSign is the largest and most famous alternative to Contractbook focused on throwing a signature on a PDF and bouncing it back and forth via email - sounds fun... If you’re a business in 2015. They say “DocuSign helps organizations connect and automate how they prepare, sign, act on, and manage agreements.” But what about every step before and after an agreement? An end-to-end solution like Contractbook is with you from the start of your process and beyond.
Anyone in need of a digital signature. Otherwise, enterprises.
Contractbook has a strong freemium offer where you can create, sign, and organize your contracts right from the get-go. If you want the full value of our contract management platform, we recommend the Core-plan for $115/month for 3 users + $10 per extra user.
You can also Automate every part of a contract lifecycle and integrate with 3000+ other apps for just $420/month for 3 users. Get a dedicated customer success manager and solution architect helping you to streamline and synergize your workflow. Receive technical assistance in onboarding, we don’t charge a cent for that.
With DocuSign, there are many pricing structures such as eSignature, real estate, and API-focused tariffs, which can be confusing if you tick more than one box across three tariffs. In the eSignature tariff for $15 you can send 5 documents per month, and includes other basic features for a single user purchase. You have access to way more with Contractbook. The other two prices in the range, $40 and $60, offer slightly more than the basic package but not a lot more.
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