The new year is off to a great start for Outlaw! We’re thrilled to say that our contract management platform has been recognized in the National Law Journal’s 2020 Emerging Legal Technologies list. The annual special issue profiles legal technology leaders that are changing the ways law firms and legal departments operate.
“We are proud to announce this list of honorees that are helping to improve the efficiency of everyday tasks for attorneys and administrators,” states Richard Caruso, Vice President and General Manager, Legal News.
Highlighting the collaborative environment Outlaw produces, the Legal Technology profile describes our solution as an easy-to-use, all-in-one contract management platform focusing on the relationship aspect of contract management, both internally and externally. The cloud-based collaboration tool allows legal teams to negotiate with clients and their own teams so contracts can be understood faster, reaching agreement seamlessly.
The National Law Journal further cites Outlaw as a change agent due to the way we’re reimagining traditional contracting tools. “A lot of legal departments don’t want to hear this, but the real issues involve using programs like Microsoft Word. It works for a shopping list, a poem, or a screenplay, but when you have contracts — which are structured bits of data that live and breathe — they realize that it’s what’s adding to the chaos,” explains Outlaw Co-Founder Dan Dalzotto.
We built Outlaw around contract data while still working alongside DOCX files. This makes it easier to draft, redline, negotiate and eSign in real-time. It allows users to quickly find documents, including the most recent versions of a contract.
“A contract is a living and breathing entity until it’s inked. Outlaw was designed to help get into agreement faster, understand the agreement faster and close faster,” concludes Dalzotto.
To read our full profile, check it out in National Law Journal’s 2020 Emerging Legal Technologies List.