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Contract Review, Collaboration, Redline & eSign

Drafting a legal agreement can be time consuming and involve messy revisions and redlines. You’re dependent on team members and other parties with conflicting schedules who may be working remote & even offline. Reviewers may not see each others’ comments, some are private conversations or involve side bar discussions. Leaving you to sort through a rainbow of tracked changes and redlines.

Ensure secure, effective contract review and redlining, with SavvyDox. The revision process is simple, reviews, approvals, due dates and activities are all properly tracked and managed. You collect everyone’s input at the same time — on your schedule. Reviews can be private, between members, with just the author or involve everyone ensuring nothing is missed or duplicated.  Team members and other parties can easily switch and compare revisions, search, filter & identify page changes, insertions, notes & responses. Authors can remain in Word and access all of the collaboration and view current document status and activities. Others can access the document via a browser, or work offline with a native or mobile application without the need for Word or other software programs.

SavvyDox easily integrates with various Contract Lifecycle Management solutions, to automate the contracting process, resulting in faster reviews & redlines with less frustrations & headaches. 

The following video illustrates a simply contract collaboration and redline process using SavvyDox.


SavvyDox comes bundled out of the box with an approval workflow and the capability to esign agreements. Once agreements have been approved, simply send for esignature, get update alerts and monitor the esigning process from within SavvyDox. The non-intrusive capture of all information for the entire contract process, from distribution, review, collaboration, redlining, approval and esigning provides complete contract process visibility and enables SavvyDox customers to fully identify delays, bottlenecks, and properly manage the contracting process.