Deploy automated contract creation and life-cycle management processes and centrally manage contracts to improve compliance, collaboration and access to information.
Reduce organisational risk through digital contract management.
FileBound delivers contract creation and workflow applications that improve the operation of any organisation by connecting users with the correct information they need, when they need it.
With FileBound, customers can deploy automated contract creation and life-cycle management processes and centrally manage contracts to improve compliance, collaboration and access to information. FileBound applications can be deployed locally or as a cloud-based service and have been implemented by organisations of all sizes around the world.
FileBound’s integrations with DocuSign and Dropbox Sign ensures that FileBound customers are able to automate their contract processes using the world’s leading digital signatory service.
Unlike legacy products, FileBound’s simplified, flexible approach to usability, configurability and licensing delivers fast, game-changing results:
Easy-to-use configuration tools give you greater control over your contract creation and ongoing life-cycle processes.
Internal template capability
Efficient and controlled creation of new contract documents that conform to organisational requirements anywhere, whether at school, away travelling or working from home.
Device-agnostic mobile solutions seamlessly support BYOD policies and remote users at no additional cost.
Timely and actionable insights into all workflow processes to harness the full value of the data to make better business decisions.
Easy to adapt to automation technology and customise your interface, making it easier to complete work.
Strong integration capabilities allow you to build end-to-end automation solutions that maximise productivity by eliminating “data silos”.
Watch our video series below to see how FileBound can manage your Contract Management process.
Contract management part 1
Contract management part 2
Contract management part 3