Companies included on the list were measured by a combination of their total number of customers, active users, and online presence. Onit ranked number 16 on the list of 20.
Smart Process Apps from Onit are light-weight, easily customizable applications that simplify complex processes such as contract review and approval, contract administration, matter management, budgeting and employee onboarding. Since the company’s launch in 2010, it has seen an exponential growth in the adoption of its Apps by companies such as APCO Worldwide, The Home Depot and
“Since our App market launch, we have seen an aggressive adoption rate for our Smart Process Apps. The Apps streamline time-consuming processes that previously relied on transparency-dimming and manual tools such as emails, spreadsheets and documents to track progress through completion. Contract management often requires extensive review periods populated by multiple reviewers and edits, which can vastly complicate the process. Our Contract Review & Approval App adds an important layer of automation, documentation and auditing to the process,” said
To view the list, visit http://www.capterra.com/infographics/top-contract-management-software#.UmBA0VCsiM7.
To learn how Onit’s Contract Review & Approval App can streamline your contract management process, download this white paper.
Onit was formed by legal software industry experts
Businesses have processes for everything -- whether it’s hiring a vendor or law firm, terminating an employee, submitting a contract for review, requesting a trademark request, obtaining an NDA, etc. Most of these processes are manual, paper intensive and cumbersome. With Onit Apps, processes are automated in a few clicks, responsible parties are notified immediately, and data collection is centralized. Onit doesn’t require any software to download or resources from IT. For more information, visit www.onit.com or contact 1-800-281-1330.
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