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TermReports

TermReports are designed to help managers, lawyers, and procurement groups save time on their reviews of commonly-signed agreements. 

When you hire us to review a vendor agreement, we read the entire agreement, compare it to competitors in the same industry, and help you quickly understand what matters to you.  You’ll be able to do your job better and faster so you can spend more time doing what you enjoy, and less time reading contracts.

Consulting

We Can Help You Understand:

-What your competitors are offering in their contracts.

-What your company needs to do to have the best contracts in your industry.

-How to use your contracts as a competitive advantage.

-How to help your customers understand the more complex aspects of your contracts with them.

-How to sleep better at night knowing that you’re doing right by your customers, all the way down to the fine print.

 

Certification

Your customers love your company and your products, but they don’t know what to think about your contracts.  Getting Certified Fair Contracts shows your customers that you’ve taken proactive steps to make sure you’re treating them fairly – even in the fine print.

Your customers shouldn’t have to worry about what’s in your contracts – now they don’t. 

TermAlerts

TermAlerts are part of TermScout’s online document monitoring service.  When the online monitored document changes, we notify you via email with a comparison document showing exactly what changed.

Any contract, policy or other document that lives on a public website, one simple price.

Not Sure if TermScout is right for your company?

We are happy to discuss your needs and always respond promptly.

We read the fine print so you don't have to.

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