Company Information

    Concord was founded on January 2014. The company is based in San Francisco, CA, USA . The number of employees in Concord is less than 100. Concord is the only contract management platform that enables companies to accelerate growth while maintaining flawless compliance.

    Here is how Concord describes itself: "Concord's all-in-one contract management platform helps you increase revenue and achieve flawless compliance with features that drive business results. Streamline contract management and simplify how you buy, sell, and manage your future."
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          Funding & investors

          Concord has received 5 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $41.4M.

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                          • Summer 2021 Preview: New Word Mode, streamlined guest experience, and more!

                          • Over the next few months, we will have some important and exciting updates coming to Concord. Check out what’s coming this Summer! New Word Mode Action shortcuts added to Homepage New document builder New reporting date filters Streamlined guest experience Improved email and invitations deliverability 1. New Word Mode For those times where working with […]The post Summer 2021 Preview: New Word Mode, streamlined guest experience, and more! appeared first on Concord.
                          • What is a Procurement Specialist? 4 Key Safeguards to Supply in 2021

                          • What is a procurement specialist and what trends should you expect in 2021? Procurement Specialists are responsible for finding the best goods and services at the lowest cost, and ensuring these are delivered in the most effective way. However, procurement and contract management go hand-in-hand. A Procurement Specialist is responsible for creating and managing hundreds […]The post What is a Procurement Specialist? 4 Key Safeguards to Supply in 2021 appeared first on Concord.
                          • Release Notes

                          • Here you will find the latest release notes outlining what’s new to Concord: Auto Request Next Signer (April 13) Updated Signature Experience (March 31) New Help & Training Panel (March 31) Copy Contract Summary (March 1) Updated Google Drive Integration (March 1) Updated Salesforce Integration (February 4) Auto-Request Next Signer System automatically sends out signature […]The post Release Notes appeared first on Concord.
                          • New to Concord: Updated Signature Experience

                          • Anyone who has ever had to sign a paper document, scan, and email it knows the frustration of a manual, wet signature process. E-signing documents on Concord allows you to quickly sign any document from anywhere, and helps you to:  Sign documents faster, by automating the signature process; Improve compliance, by ensuring everyone signs in […]The post New to Concord: Updated Signature Experience appeared first on Concord.
                          • Webinar: Updated Signature Experience

                          • Apr 1, 2021 09:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada). Register here. Join Kendra Blaney, Onboarding Manager, as she walks you through using the new features added to the signature experience. Learn more about how to:  Sign documents faster, by automating the signature process;  Improve compliance, by ensuring everyone signs in the right order; and […]The post Webinar: Updated Signature Experience appeared first on Concord.
                          • Are Free Electronic Signatures Legally Binding and Secure?

                          • As the saying goes, anything easy to do, is also easy not to do. The appeal of a free electronic signature solution, with how easy it can be to get started using one, can make it just as easy to overlook important security and legality concerns.  In the last five years, e signature transactions have […]The post Are Free Electronic Signatures Legally Binding and Secure? appeared first on Concord.

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