The new Outlaw platform is designed to help small businesses make deals faster by simplifying contracts. Outlaw helps small businesses and entrepreneurs who frequently enter into and sign agreements with customers for products or services, do business more quickly and with greater transparency.

Outlaw transforms existing contracts from complex and unmanageable documents into easy-to-read, modify, share, negotiate and sign templates that are available in real time. The Outlaw contract platform is based on a subscription model and features intelligent authoring tools.

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Writing, negotiating and signing contracts can be a long, complex and time-consuming process for small business owners. Being forced to spend time with too complicated contracts means that business owners do not spend time on what they do best, running their business.

By simplifying the whole process and bringing contracts back to the basics, Outlaw eliminates the problem of contracting, which means that small businesses do not waste time on this often laborious task.

Evan Schneyer, co-founder of Outlaw, explained in a press release about the new contract platform, how Outlaw brings transparency and cooperation to the process of negotiating and signing contracts.

“Contracts are relationships, because legal jargon is so daunting, people lose sight of this essence, we started Outlaw to breathe mutual trust and understanding – the foundation of successful relationships – back in contracts, “says Schneyer.

With the Outlook authoring tool that allows customizing contracts in seconds, small businesses and contractors can establish contracts with custom templates.

The platform also provides current English abstracts, which offer translated summaries without unnecessary legal jargon and too complicated.

Outlaw also allows you to share contracts with multiple parties, along with comments and digital signatures, to speed up the legal process.

This new contract platform is ideal for small businesses and freelancers who want to move their contracts and legal processes to another level, whether for human resources or sales processes.

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