Simply put, it's a high quality platform made for salespeople, account managers, and legal counsel (on both sides of a deal) to execute contracts together more smoothly. A lot of this is possible due to the intuitive interface, pre-approved/conditional contract terms that can be swapped in and out, and the fact that Outlaw can basically serve as word-processor purposely made for constructing, editing, and executing contracts.
This was a pain I experienced previously many times over in past sales jobs, and Outlaw eliminates it. After a few meetings with their amazing team, it was clear to me that this was the best contract-management platform I had seen.
I can't name any dislikes at this point in time.
Ultimately, Outlaw eliminates excessive back and forth, helps you sign contracts quicker, and increases your close rate as a result. The biggest problems it's been able to solve are:
-Reducing time spent editing, submitting, and agreeing on contracts.
-Keeping sales teams in line with what legal has approved for language, while still giving team members the flexibility to edit, swap, and adjust terms. The interface makes this easy.
-Smooth integration with Salesforce which makes constructing contracts more seamless, and also eliminates time spent updating various tools related to contracts.
-Onboarding. It's just faster with Outlaw compared to other tools we've seen. Who wants to spend more time setting up a product than using it to move the needle?